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Coronavirus is changing the way people work and study, so at Cambridge University Press we are adapting our service to support them. Learn more about the support available, including free textbooks and research, advice, guidance, blogs and more.
We are working to support teachers, students and parents around the world. A range of online resources are available in the form of free and our regional teams will be on hand to discuss individual customer needs, providing the help and guidance around moving to or using online and blended print and digital products.
Our wide range of online resources are available below-
90-day access to digital resources for CBSE and ICSE curriculum
Here is the list of books available
90-day access to digital resources for International curriculum (Cambridge Assessment International Education)
Access our digital resources for free for 90-days via Cambridge Elevate. Subjects include humanities, English, science, computing, business, and languages.
We have created free packs of worksheets that children aged 5-11 can complete at home with help from an adult. The packs contain science, English and maths activities that will have students occupied for hours – sorting, questioning, playing, and most importantly, learning.
These videos will get your learners ready for handwriting. Ideal for children aged 3-6 they include exercises to get them ready to write (the owl exercise is our personal favourite!), along with upper and lower case letter animations to help them get their letter formations just right. Share these videos with your learners and get them warmed up and ready for writing.
Updates from School Boards
International Baccalaureate– Up to date information for members of the IB community who are impacted by COVID-19. Read more
Centre for Evaluation & Monitoring (CEM) – Find up to date information about the COVID-19 outbreak and CEM assessments.Read more
English Language Teaching
English Language Teaching, in partnership with colleagues at Cambridge Assessment English, are producing free, online content for teachers and learners. Our World of Better Learning blog is supporting distance learning for those whose schools have been closed. Daily blogs with text, audio and video content focus on different aspects of online teaching and we are making our content accessible to the maximum number of people possible. We are also compiling available online content into bundles for different user groups to support online courses. Local sales teams will be in contact to discuss individual needs and to provide help and guidance around moving to or using online and blended print and digital products.
We have made higher education textbooks in HTML format free to access online during the coronavirus outbreak to support universities and their students. More than 700 textbooks, published and currently available on Cambridge Core – our online home for academic books and journals – are available online to students through their university library regardless of whether they were previously purchased. We are also providing free access to a growing collection of research related to the coronavirus until the end of May. The Press plays a global role in education and research and shares its University’s mission to contribute to society through its work. Sharing that research can play an important role in tackling shared threats such as this. Articles in the collection are drawn from journals including Epidemiology & Infection; Prehospital and Disaster Medicine; Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, and from Animal Health Research Reviews, among others.
Articles to support teachers to plan for their digital classes. Read tips for teachers from our community of teachers here.