Oxford University Press (OUP) COVID-19 Learning Resources.
Like many organizations, OUP is taking the threat posed by the coronavirus seriously. Our teams across the world are working to support and protect our people, customers, and communities, and ensure that education and research can continue in the face of these challenging times.
As such, we have made some of our learning resources freely accessible for an extended period as well as signing up to support the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) initiative which relaxes some key higher education copyright terms to give academics, libraries, and students increased access to learning resources during this difficult period. In addition, to assist researchers, medical professionals, policy makers, and others who are working to address the pandemic, we have opened up access to our relevant research and article; made medical resources available to NHS workers in England, Scotland, and Wales; signed a Wellcome Trust statement pledging to make relevant research available for the duration of the outbreak; and joined efforts from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to make research and data immediately accessible via PubMed Central and other public repositories.