Remote learning ebook access

Responding to the increased need for digital content and growing remote learning arrangements in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Princeton University Press is partnering with ebook providers to make PUP content from 2018 and earlier available to global institutional libraries through August 31. The exact models will vary by partner but will include temporary free upgrades from single user access to multi-user access, and temporary free ebook access of PUP’s backlist. PUP is proud to be just one of more than fifty presses in the scholarly publishing community taking part in this initiative.

There are several options for accessing texts through the remainder of the spring term. Below is a summary, with links. Please check with your local library on the specifics of what is available. Should you have any further questions about books for course adoption from Princeton University Press, you may contact our Textbook Promotion Department at

Stay safe and keep reading.

Free upgrades and discounted pricing for UU access ebook models.

Please keep an eye for upcoming offers from JSTOR.

Students will be offered a ‘rental’ option at no cost which will run until the end of this academic year. Instructors, please contact? To set up as an instructor in Perusall—here’s a quick guide to getting started.

Project MUSE
Digital content is being made available free of charge.

Unlimited access to Ebook Central holdings for all patrons—at no extra charge.

Access to up to seven free ebooks from participating publishers.

Students and instructors at impacted two and four-year non-profit institutions in the United States can access an expansive catalog of etexts through May 25, 2020, at no charge. Log into the VitalSource Bookshelf app using your school email address. You can then find and view course materials in VitalSource’s Explore capabilities within Bookshelf.