On this page you will find the most recent developments regarding the services the University Library offers under the current COVID-19 restrictions. Furthermore, links to pages that can be useful when working from home are listed below.
- Available study places
The University Library Vrijhof currently offers 485 study places following the new COVID-19 regulations. Furthermore, 60 study places are available at the library location at the ITC faculty.
UT students can be sure of a place by self-reserving it via Resource Booker. Students can make 1 booking a day (max. 4 hrs) up to 2 days in advance. Please cancel the booking if you are unable to come and only book the time you will actual be using.
The library currently offers only individual study spaces. After booking a place via Resource Booker, you can just find a study place of your preference. It is a free sit! As the library currently only has individual study places, the project rooms in the library are not separately bookable.
Other visitors please contact the University Library before traveling to the campus.
- Access to online content
To have access to all subscribed content of the University of Twente from home, make use of the options for off-campus access provided on this page.
- Working from home FAQ (ICT)
This FAQ answers ICT related questions and might help you work from home more effectively.
- Working from home FAQ (Library)
This FAQ answers Library related questions and might help you work from home more effectively.
- Research made public on COVID-19
- AIP Publishing: COVID-19 articles free to read
- BioWorld coverage of COVID-19
- British Medical Journal: COVID-19 related content
- British Medical Journal: Supporting online courses
- Cambridge: Coronavirus Collection
- Cochrane Library: Special Collections on COVID-19
Elsevier Coronavirus Research Hub (including access options to EMBASE)
Elsevier COVID-19 Healthcare Hub
Novel Coronavirus Information Center
- Emerald Publishing
- JoVE Coronavirus Free Access Resource Center
- Mary Ann Liebert
- New England Journal of Medicine: Collection of articles
- Oxford University Press
- Royal Society of Chemistry: Coronavirus articles - free to access collection
- SIAM Epidemiology Collection
- Taylor & Francis
- Web of Science Group
- Wiley: Free online article collection