Coronavirus: Publishers Open Digital Access to Students

As North American universities continue to close classes to stop the spread of coronavirus, many students have been advised to continue their studies from home. Dozens of large American schools have been affected. CNN published a partial list on March 12. To ensure this transition will be smooth, many major college textbook providers have opened up access to their online libraries for students.

Since the coronavirus reached the U.S., Wiley, Barnes & Noble Education, Cengage, Scholastic, VitalSource, and Elsevier have all made some content freely available.

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