COVID-19 Information Resources: Education, Training & Human Capital Management

Busuu

The language learning platform is providing free access to live language lessons taught by its qualified language teachers.

Blackbaud

Offering customers free access to all recorded e-learning resources and more than 100 additional resources.

Cambridge University Press

Offering free online access to higher education textbooks and coronavirus research during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Cengage

Offering free access to digital learning materials and other resources for those impacted by COVID-19.

Coursera

Offering free access to its full course catalog for every university in the world impacted by coronavirus.

EBSCO

Making resources freely available and expanding access to e-content to help library staff support their institutions as they focus on online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Follett

The provider to pre-K-12 schools, public libraries, and college campuses is offering free at-home learning content.

Internet Archive

Created the National Emergency Library, a collection of books to support emergency remote teaching, research activities, and intellectual stimulation.

K12

Offering free online curriculums, platforms, training, and technical assistance for students, families, and school districts.

Kortext

The digital textbook platform, in conjunction with Jisc, launched a UK programme to ensure that all 2.4 million university students have access to their key learning resources during this crucial revision and exam period.

McGraw-Hill Education

Providing free access to the McGraw-Hill Connect and ALEKS digital learning platforms. McGraw Hill launched AccessMedicine COVID-19 Central, a free resource meant to help clinicians and healthcare professionals navigate the current crisis, as well as instructors.

Oxford University Press

Providing free access to OUP resources on coronavirus and related topics. OUP  has also made many of its flagship educational and home learning resources available for free, in order to support teachers, parents and learners affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Premier Learning Solutions

Offering 75-minute webinars addressing, preventing, mitigating, and dealing with the business impacts of COVID-19, plus forthcoming coronavirus webinars.

Project MUSE

Supporting its participating publishers in making scholarly content temporarily available for free on its platform.

Rosetta Stone

Providing three months of free language learning to all elementary, middle and high school students worldwide.

SAGE Publishing

Offering free access to social, behavioural, and medical research on COVID-19 and pandemics, as well as e-textbooks, courseware, and a range of resources on online teaching. It is also offering complimentary 90-day access to librarians interested in providing SAGE remote learning solutions.

Scholastic

Launched a “Learn at Home” website with daily courses for students from pre-K to grades 6 and higher.

VitalSource

Offering free access to a catalog of e-texts for students at semester-calendar institutions who have been impacted by recent campus closures.

Voyager Sopris Learning

Created a special webpage where educators can find support and download sample lessons, use trial versions of resources, and find a vast library of authoritative content.