LitCOVID: curated literature hub for tracking up-to-date scientific information about the 2019 novel cCoronavirus. It is the most comprehensive resource on the subject, providing a central access to (and growing) relevant articles in PubMed. The articles are updated daily and are further categorized by different research topics and geographic locations for improved access. Search for students response to get results perhaps more closely targeted to course themes.
Google Scholar Article Collection Links
Research projects often require you to look close up at a body of inquiry produced by credentialed practitioners and scholars in a particular field.
This research is typically collected, codified, and made findable in a tool called a subject database. You'll use them to complement, supplement your forays into HOLLIS. Sometimes, these tools will even be
Every academic discipline has at least one subject database that's considered the disciplinary gold standard -- a reliable, (relatively) comprehensive, and accurate record of the books that scholars are publishing, and the ideas they're debating and discussing in important and influential journals.
Databases are like lenses: they change what you see and how you see it -- and they offer you easy and efficient ways to bring your questions into sharper focus. Some good options for Essay 3:
Web of Science [interdisciplinary science; includes health and health policy publications]
PsycInfo [produced by the American Psychological Society; good for most topics under discussion for Essay 3]
PTSDpubs [focused entirely on the published professional and academic literature on trauma; good for topics related to mental health and infectious disease/disease breakout]
Social Science Premium Collection [interdisciplinary; topics related to sports, social norms, social institutions will find coverage here.]
Academic Search Premier [multidisciplinary mix of scholarly articles, magazine and news publications]
A rich site of information for heath care workers, the general public, and policy makers. Worth spending some time looking around here.
Includes resources on mobilization
Viewpoint: Social Media and Emergency Preparedness in Response to Novel Coronavirus (JAMA, March 23, 2020)
Coronavirus (COVID-19 resources), National Association of Independent Schools