E-resources you can access over and above the regular resources
In order to minimize disruption in Learning, please find below additional e-resources you can access over and above the regular resources you have access to.
- IEEE Educational Activities team has scheduled a series of webinars over the past few weeks on various aspects of eLearning and distance learning. Each webinar has been recorded, so we have started a running blog post of all the webinars so you can promote the upcoming and past sessions to your accounts and prospects. https://innovate.ieee.org/free-webinars-from-ieee/
- Please see the link below and the link to the COVID 19 EBSCO site. EBSCO Has released a number of free resources for use during the lockdown period https://www.ebsco.com/products/research-databases/free-databases. https://www.ebsco.com/covid-19-resources . https://more.ebsco.com/Faculty-Select-COVID-19-LP.html
- JoVE has enabled access to TUK covering their Science Education series of visual journals until June 15th 2020.Please click on this link - https://www.jove.com/access
- Cambridge University Press: https://www.cambridge.org/core/browse-subjects/medicine/coronavirus-free...
- MIT has given TUK access to MIT Educational eBooks https://direct.mit.edu/books
TUK continues to provide remote (off campus) access to the available e-resources listed in the Library webpage.
In case you require to be registered for Remote Access, kindly get in touch with Dr. Sarah Kibugi, Director, Library and Learning Resource Services, firstname.lastname@example.org. For staff, indicate your PF No. , For students indicate your Admission No.