The Wikipedia Library has several new, free research donations available:

* EBSCO (very expansive access to academic, newspaper, and magazine sources):

* Newspaperarchive.com (historical newspapers from the United States, Canada, UK and 20 other countries--includes Open Access "clippings" feature):

* IMF Elibary (archival collection of IMF reports, studies and research on global economics and development):

* Sabinet (large African digital publisher with a wide range of content in English and other European and African languages):

* Numérique Premium (French language social science and humanities ebook database with many topical collections):

* Al Manhal (Arabic and English database with a variety of sources mainly focused on or published in the Middle East):

* Jamalon (Arabic book distributor with physical book delivery to volunteers):

Many other are resources are available, including Elsevier ScienceDirect, British Medical Journal, Dynamed, Project MUSE, DeGruyter, Newspapers.com, Highbeam, and HeinOnline.

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The Wikipedia Library Team

p.s. We engaged in a thoughtful debate this week about our access donation partnerships.  You can read about our view, and we welcome your comments.