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The Jisc program’s goal is to lower customer cost, leveraging the collective purchasing power of UK Higher Education Institutions (HEI) to enable wider adoption of digital archives.
Information giant ProQuest is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Eugene Power’s landmark project to capture the books indexed in the British Libraries' Short Title Catalog on microfilm.
ProQuest® has sponsored numerous programs and awards that recognize the achievements of library students, librarians, school faculty and staff. The investment reflects a commitment to the library community and mission to connect people with high-quality information.
Marist College, a recognized leader in the use of technology for enhanced teaching and learning, began using Intota™ Assessment, a library collection analytics service from Serials Solutions®, a ProQuest business.
ProQuest, an information company central to global research, appointed Matthew Brine as Vice President and General Manager of Serials Solutions. In this role, Brine will provide the vision, strategy and global leadership to deliver discovery and management solutions to libraries.
The release of the 254th edition of the acclaimed The Annual Register: World Events was celebrated by its publisher ProQuest today with a gathering of historians at London’s The British Academy.
Yale University selected the Summon discovery service from Serials Solutions®, a ProQuest® business, to improve access to its distinctive collection, including 15 million volumes and information in all media.
Two Librarians share their experience implementing the Summon service. John Law provides his perspective on the issues libraries should consider.
The completely rebuilt Dialog® information service is making its official debut at the Special Libraries Association Conference underway in San Diego. Now called ProQuest Dialog™, the service reinvents a classic resource making its rich, unique content – about a billion documents – accessible for the first time to searchers of all skill levels.
ProQuest, an information firm central to global research, has awarded the 2013 Roger K. Summit Scholarship to Allana Mayer, an MLIS student at McGill University in Montreal. The scholarship – named in honor of Dialog founder Roger K. Summit, a pioneer in developing online information retrieval services – will be presented June 9 at the Special Libraries Association's annual conference in San Diego.
Serials Solutions®, a ProQuest® business, is working with NetAdvance to make content in JapanKnowledge discoverable via the Summon discovery service. Metadata for 13 reference titles from the largest and most reliable provider of Japanese-language content, including encyclopedias, dictionaries and citation indexes will be indexed and available to mutual subscribers of each company’s service.