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The Company of Biologists has announced that a group of early-career researchers in the preLights community have launched a new website to track landmark coronavirus studies throughout the ongoing pandemic.
MuseumsEtc, in partnership with digital publishers Exact Editions, are offering free access to the publisher’s complete book collection until 1 November 2020.
De Gruyter has published a collection of twelve essays from social scientists on the Corona pandemic as a free digital pamphlet.
A public group on Mendeley called Gender and COVID-19 has been created and the research community is invited to continue posting new references.
Through a partnership with FILM PLATFORM, ProQuest is adding more than 500 new documentaries to its streaming video collection. 
Springer Nature and UNESCO have signed an agreement to publish open access books on education, culture, the natural sciences, the human and social sciences and communication and information.
MUSE has launched a new set of resources for instructors, along with a one-stop-shop for libraries to assist with managing access and discovery for MUSE.
Kudos is offering the free use of Kudos Pro to help researchers keep communicating during pandemic disruption.
ReadCube has launched the COVID-19 Research Pass (CRP) programme in collaboration with leading publishers to enable access for those doing research into COVID-19.
Support, resources and guidance from the RSC including Covid-19 article collections, the latest published research and a promotional toolkit for librarians are all available to use remotely.