The global emergency brought about by the novel coronavirus pandemic made access to educational and research materials extremely difficult. As more and more libraries and research centres decided on temporary closure, a wealth of offline resources became suddenly unavailable. In these challenging times, the Library of Parliament, as one of the major libraries of law and social sciences supports academic research by mapping and enlisting trustworthy open access resources via its website and facebook page.
As a gateway to your research we highly recommend you to visit our library catalogue (https://opacplus.ogyk.hu/), where – by exploiting the filter options – a wide range of Open Access materials can be discovered, e.g. OA documents provided by JSTOR (https://www.jstor.org/open/) and DOAB (https://www.doabooks.org/). Also, through our catalogue you may directly access all the full-text documents published by the European Union: https://op.europa.eu/hu/web/general-publications/publications
Cambridge University Press has decided to offer free online access to as many as 700 of its Higher Education materials until end of May 2020 via its discovery service, Cambridge Core. The company also provides educational assistance for teachers and learners of English with the help of its "English Language Teaching" project in co-operation with Cambridge Assessment English. The company's educational unit, Education Publishing and especially its blog, Brighter Thinking supports teachers and learners worldwide.
More details available here: https://www.cambridge.org/about-us/covid-19/