Open Book Publishers are the leading independent Open Access publisher in the Humanities and Social Sciences in the UK: a not-for-profit Social Enterprise run by scholars who are committed to making high-quality research freely available to readers around the world. Their site currently offers 173 EBooks that cover a broad range of subjects.
Despite its title, JSTOR Secondary Schools Collections is a specially created package of over 2,700 archival journals and four primary source collections covering the arts, sciences, and business that contains a range of content that will be useful for Barton Peveril students.
Currently available until 20th May 2020.
The Internet Archive is making the 1.4 million books in its lending library available for free worldwide as digital books via Open Library!
All you need to do is set up an account and you can access up to 10 books online at a time and read them on devices.
Whether you need textbooks, classic literature, genre fiction or just a good read, it’s worth a look.You can also create and share reading lists, browse by genre and share what you’re reading on social media.
A large number of universities and other academic institutions are making eBooks and digital journals and articles freely accessible via Project Muse. At present, there are 15000 + books and 230 + journals available, with more being added regularly These resources cover a great variety of subjects and topics. Visit the Project Muse website via the link below for links to all participating institutions.
Access is available until 30th June 2020 – please be aware of this.
ProQuest EBooks are now available for unlimited borrowing – meaning you will no longer have to wait to borrow an EBook.
Proquest Ebook Central is home to titles from the JISC eBooks for FE project, which aims to give sixth form students free online access to important books for their studies. Titles available cover a wide range of subjects and are presented in a full colour, easy to navigate online reader.
We are currently unsure of how long we have extended access to this resource for – please be aware of this.
University of Michigan Publishers has made their digital and ebook collection free and accessible to all. It specialises in humanities and social sciences but covers many other academic disciplines. Resources focus on subjects including:
- Media Studies
- Environmental Studies
- Business and Economics
This is currently available until 30th June 2020.
Free online access to all of their Press Journals.This includes full access to online journals including
- Case Studies in the Environment
- Civic Sociology
- Classical Antiquity
- Collabra: Psychology
- Feminist Media Histories: An International Journal
- Film Quarterly
- Journal of Medieval Worlds
- The Journal of Musicology
- New Criminal Law Review
- Nineteenth-Century Literature
- Sociology of Development
- Studies in Late Antiquity
This is currently available until June 2020.
FlippedLaw is your complete guide to A Level Law and includes resources written by experienced, successful law teachers and examiners.
It covers Contract Law, Criminal Law, Human Rights, Tort Law, Law Making, the English Legal System and the Concepts of Law.
It is a paid for subscription but whilst at Barton Peveril, you can log in and use it for free, just speak to the Library for a username and password.