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We are delighted to let you know that some of our publishing partners, Cambridge University Press, Collins and Hodder Education, are making their eBooks available free of charge while schools are closed to support remote teaching and learning.
The details of these offers and how to access them are all slightly different:
The Press are offering a 90 day free trial of eBooks from Cambridge Lower Secondary through to Advanced level. Available to all, not just existing Cambridge University Press customers.
Visit their website for more information.
Collins are offering eBooks, including endorsed student resources and most teacher resources, free of charge to any school that is closed, regardless of whether they are existing Collins customers.
Email Collins for more details.
Existing Hodder Education school customers who have bought print textbooks can access the equivalent Student eTextbooks, free for one year. Schools who are not Hodder Education customers can have 1 month’s access to Student eTextbooks.
Email Hodder for more details.
Please refer to the publishers’ terms and conditions in each case.