Resources available for a limited time

Marka & Oxford University Press
Resource: part of the Oxford Scholarship Online ebook collection (16.000 ebooks)
Available until: May 31st of 2020
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EBSCO
Resource: Ebook Religion Collection
Available until: May 31st of 2020
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EBSCO
Recurso: Atla Religion and AtlaSerials Plus
Available until: May 31st of 2020
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JSTOR
Resource: more than 20,000 ebooks, between other content
Available until: June 30 of 2020
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EBSCO & MLA
Resource: MLA International Bibliography
Available until: June 15th of 2020
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EBSCO & MLA
Resoursce: MLA Directory of Periodicals
Available until: June 15th of 2020
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SDGO - Sustainable Development Goals Online & Taylor and Francis
Resource: interdisciplinary collection around Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
Available until: May 13th of 2020
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Marka & Taylor and Francis
Resource: 120.000 ebooks
Available until: April 20 of 2020
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B-on
Resource: COVID-19 information
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Wolters Kluwer
Resource: Wolters Kluwer: Kluwer Arbitration and Kluwer Competition Law
Available until: May 31 st of 2020
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Giufrée Francis Lefebvre
Resource: 13 titles of Giufrée Francis Lefebvre (in Italian)
Available until: May 31st of 2020
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Bloomsbury
Resource: Screen Studies (artes)
Available until: May 31st of 2020
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