JSTOR - Open Access eBooks and journals from JSTOR and Artstor. JSTOR has also granted temporary access to all archive collections but requires patrons to login (PTS students/faculty/staff only).
Theology & Religion Online - from Bloomsbury/T&T Clark this resource contains primary texts by major theologians, Lectionary Commentary series, major reference works, monographs/companions/classic works, and much more! Most content is available in HTML format and free until May 20th.
Vital Source - free access to etexts for 2 and 4-year non-profit institutions in the U.S. through May 25th. Students will need to create an account with Bookshelf using their PTS email.
Cambridge University Press - 700 higher education textbooks in HTML format (free access has been temporarily shut off but Cambridge plans to reinstate it soon).
National Emergency Library - "books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation" while institutions are closed.
Cengage Unlimited - 14,000 eBooks but faculty will need to fill out a form to contact a representative. Students will then need to sign up for a 14-day free trial but students can do as many free trials until the end of the semester.
More Free Resources
RefWorks is offering a free end user training session on March 31, 2020 at 1:00pm. If you can't attend, still register because a recording will be sent to all that have registered. Click here to register.