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28 Oct 2014
University Libraries in Hong Kong Add Value to their Collections with Digital Access to South China Morning Post Archives


The historical newspaper archive of Hong Kong based South China Morning Post will add compelling value for eight members of the JULAC (Joint University Libraries Advisory Committee) consortium. With searchable, full text coverage of South China Morning Post from its origin in 1903 to 1995, includes all advertisements, editorials, cartoons, and photographs that illuminate history as much as the news articles, university staff and students will be able to search the newspaper in its entirety.


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University Libraries in Hong Kong Add Value to their Collections with Digital Access to South China Morning Post Archives

The historical newspaper archive of Hong Kong based South China Morning Post will add compelling value for eight members of the JULAC (Joint University Libraries Advisory Committee) consortium. With searchable, full text coverage of South China Morning Post from its origin in 1903 to 1995, includes all advertisements, editorials, cartoons, and photographs that illuminate history as much as the news articles, university staff and students will be able to search the newspaper in its entirety.

28 Oct 2014 | News Alert

Richard Huffine Bylines Article Featured in Information Today

The Library of Congress is part of an extensive network of more than 1,100 libraries in the U.S. federal government. James R. Jacobs, co-founder of Free Government Information, shares his perspective on the challenges and opportunities federal libraries face today: “Federal libraries continue to be in danger of being eliminated, having their budgets cut, losing staff, etc. because each new crop of political appointees is unaware of the value of these libraries in the effectiveness of their agencies.”

17 Oct 2014 | Headlines

Management of Core Titles from Resources for College Libraries Simplified

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09 Oct 2014 | News Release

California Library Consortium Evaluates Usage of Millions of Monographs to Create Collaborative Library Collections

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ProQuest provides valuable Title Matching Service to University of Leicester

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ProQuest and The Economist Intelligence Unit Collaborate on New Country Reports Digital Archive

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NC LIVE Turns to ProQuest to Enrich Service to Libraries and Users

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