With the help of our open access platforms, you can access a variety of e-books and digitised resources to find any educational assistance you may need.
OpenBook Publisher is an online browser-based platform where the user can find, download and use any online document created in the PDF, HTML or XML formats free of charge.
Open Culture is an educational website that supports life-long education, especially about topics related to social sciences. Within Open Culture you can find videos, e-books and courses free of charge.
Open Research Library provides users with over 20000 open access books without limitations and free of charge.
University of Michigan Press is one of world’s leading humanities and social sciences book publishers and distributors. They allow, directly through their publishing platform Fulcrum, the digital access to most of their books in libraries worldwide.
Europeana allows online acess to over 58 million resources of Europe’s museums’ and libraries’ visual-audio archives.
With USA’s richest online library collection, New York Public Library allows limitless and free access to almost 800 thousand documents in various formats such as e-books, limited publications, visual and audio recordings.
Project Gutenberg is a non-profit organisation created to make over 45000 e-books available for the public to read online. You can access these books without the prerequisite of registration and free of charge across many platforms and formats such as HTML, ePub and Kindle.
Library2Go is both known for its digital archive and convenient mobile application Libby. You can acquire books via a borrowing system over these platforms to read novels, poetry books, popular culture publications etc.
Centre for Turkish Cinema Studies is a platform which provides historical knowledge and up-to-date information about Turkish Cinema. This digital platform combines data on the people of cinema, films, books, magazines, interviews and theses in a systematic manner, archiving visual and audio documentation.
A digital archive which contains manuscripts, maps & plans, prints, photographs, posters and rare book archives.