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Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce the University of Law has selected the Alma library services platform, Primo discovery and delivery system, and Leganto course reading list solution.
There are many sources of information available to researchers. Database providers argue that this makes the role of high-quality databases as important as ever.
ProQuest is serving the dramatic growth in academic research in India with its first solution designed specifically for this market. ProQuest® Indian Journals enables researchers from around the world to cross-search and access premier academic journals published entirely in India along with other ProQuest content all in one step.
With two libraries to cater for their 25,000 students, London South Bank University is committed to delivering essential content for its users in a quick and efficient manner by upgrading to ProQuest Serials Solutions 360 Link from their existing 360 Core subscription.
MnPALS Selects Summon Discovery Service, 360 Link and 360 Resource Manager to provide more efficient resource management and access.
SWITCH Library Consortium in Milwaukee has selected 360 Link from Serials Solutions® 360 Link to provide users the most accurate, up-to-date results in support of the consortium's commitment to increase and improve access to member library’s collections and showcase the materials owned by the SWITCH libraries.
ProQuest is making its fifth consecutive appearance in the InformationWeek 500, an annual listing of the nation's most innovative users of business technology.
John F. Kennedy University has selected ProQuest® solutions to aid its students in discovering resources. The University’s search for a discovery service ended once ProQuest presented an integrated solution that they could not resist, Summon, ebrary and Syndetic Solutions.
Birmingham City University has recently added two ProQuest® management services, an e-resource management system (ERM) and assessment service, to address the complexities of managing and analysing usage of their e-resources.
The Instituto de Medicina Molecular, an associated research institution of the University of Lisbon in Portugal which specifically focuses on human genome research, has recently subscribed to ProQuest's innovative Pivot™ service to match research collaborators and active sources of funding in one step.
Academic libraries across England will now have wider access to ProQuest® extensive ebook collection through EBL - Ebook Library (EBL) and ebrary platforms. The Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC) has selected both EBL and ebrary as recommended ebook suppliers for the next two to four years.