These resources are only available on a temporary basis to support teaching and learning during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Project Muse has made eBooks and journals from Johns Hopkins University Press, Ohio State University Press, University of Nebraska Press, University of North Carolina Press, Temple University Press, Vanderbilt University Press and many other freely available.
Cambridge University Press - Academic has made 700 eBooks covering a range of topics freely available.
Annual Reviews has made their content open to all. Content includes a wide range of science based disciplines, including criminology and political science.
Gale are providing free access to the Global Issues collection and their Novels for Students eBook series. If prompted for a password enter 'open'.
The University of Michigan Press has made their eBook collection freely available which includes titles on the humanities and social sciences.
McGraw-Hill has made a number of eBooks from the social sciences, business and economics and technology and engineering available for staff and students to access for free until 30th June 2020. To access these you must first create a Vital Source account using your Royal Holloway email address.
British History Online have made over 1,280 volumes of primary content and secondary sources covering the history of Britain and Ireland, with a special focus on the period 1300 to 1800 temporarily free to individual users.
The International Documentary FilmFestival Amsterdam has made 300 of their documentaries freely available to watch on their website.
Surrey Libraries allow you to create an online account where you can access their eBook and audio book collection.
Project Gutenberg provide access to over 60,000 eBooks of titles out of copyright. These include books on a wide range of academic topics and novels.