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COVID-19

Resources on COVID-19

This curated guide provides resources for members of the Seattle University community seeking information on what is currently known about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Designed to connect students, faculty and staff with academic resources and library services, the guide can serve as an introduction to COVID-19 or as a starting point for further exploration and research.

This guide is specifically focused on resources to assist with evaluating the rapidly changing information on COVID-19, as well as being a starting point for relevant research

Please note that this is intended to complement the official Seattle University site. For information regarding COVID-19 and its impact on the Seattle University community, please use refer to the following site:

Please feel free to contact one of our Research Services Library Faculty members if you have any questions or need further assistance. You can contact Library Faculty with the contact box to the left.

Making Sense of Health News and (mis)information

Information about COVID-19 moves rapidly in our online environment. Here are tips for navigating the information you encounter about COVID-19. 

Peer-reviewed research free to access

As a student or researcher at Seattle University, you have access to a wide variety of scientific papers, peer-reviewed journal articles, and educational material covering COVID-19 and other Coronviruses. However that access doesn't extend to family and friends who may be searching for similar resources. Many scientific publishers, recognizing that free access to trustworthy information on this topic is of vital interest to people around the world, especially those who do not have or cannot afford the sort of access Seattle University provides you, have taken down their paywalls on some or all of the recent scholarship on Coronaviruses and this outbreak. As we learn about such archives, we will link to them here.

National Library of Medicine Research Resources

If you are interested in researching COVID-19 and similar epidemics, here is some information to start. 

Updates

Other county, state, and federal level organizations are monitoring the situation. Use these links to find out more.

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