Even though we don't lend printed books, there are still many libraries collections and services you can access online.
A big number of publishers have stepped forward by making videos, ebooks and other courseware available for free or temporarily upgrading the maximum number of concurrent users. Here is an overview.

Basic tools

UKAŽ - provides access to printed and electronic resources available at Charles University

Charles University eResources Portal -  rozcestník všech dostupných e-zdrojů na UK s odkazy na vzdálený přístup ke zdrojům

eJournals Portal

eBooks Portal

Google Scholar

 

Trials 

Bloomsbury - multi-disciplinary full-text e-book collections

Brill Online Journals - the entire collection of e-journals in philosophy and religioní

De Gruyter - multidisciplinary full-text collection of e-journals from producer de Gruyter

ProQuest One Literature - full-text database covering the fields of literature and literary science

 

Exceptionally accessible collections 

Annual Reviews - publisher Annual Reviews have made their journals available to all (without access control) through Thursday April 30, 2020 

Cambridge Textbooks - free access to the html version of all 700 textbooks in the Cambridge Core collection

JoVE Core Social Psychology

National Emergency Library - more than 1.4 million books, which exceptionally made the Internet Archive available for free; borrowed titles can be downloaded or viewed online for a 14-day loan period

Project Muse - over 20 publishers offering their ebooks and journals on Project Muse have decided to make their contents freely available to support teaching and research during this crisis

ScienceDirect - all textbooks on ScienceDirect are now free to access for all institutions subscribing to ScienceDirect - see title list

University of California Press -  publisher makes all of their online journals content free to all through June 2020

 

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