Freely Available and Library Resources During COVID-19

Library Digital On Demand 

  • Use OneSearch to search for materials. If we don't already have what you need full-text, use the request link. We will borrow it from another Library digitally, or if that isn't possible, we'll see if we can purchase or otherwise get you digital access as soon as possible. There may be a delay of up to 7-12 days for ILL/digital on demand requests. Search for resources with OneSearch and Ask Us for help.

Textbooks and Course Materials

    The Open Library

    • The Internet Archive offers the Open Library, a collection of scanned digital books that supports remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed. 
  • Public Books Database
    • A directory of free or open access ebooks that have been made available as a result of the COVID-19 situation. Most of these ebooks are available through Project Muse.
  • Elsevier
    • Elsevier has made all 256 of their textbooks and all of their All Access ebooks freely available to the CSU through August 31, 2020. Access Elsevier content through the Library's ScienceDirect database.
  • Library Reserves
    • The Library is scanning and providing access to Reserves materials digitally as quickly as possible. Check to see if your course materials are available at We are constantly updating this list but if you don't see your materials available, contact
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Library Resources