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20 Nov 2017
ProQuest Expands Resources in Jisc Purchasing Pilot
Delivering important historical primary sources to UK higher education institutions continues into 2018

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.


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ProQuest News

ProQuest to Distribute NewspaperARCHIVE to Libraries Worldwide

News release regarding ProQuest's significantly expansion of its rich selection of historical news content as the global distributor to libraries and other institutions for NewspaperARCHIVE.com, a 130 million-page database that captures coverage from valuable local newspapers throughout North America, the U.K., and select countries from 1607 to the present. From March 11, 2013.

11 Mar 2013 | News Release

More than 100 A&I Databases Now Indexed in the Serials Solutions Summon Service

Serials Solutions®, a ProQuest® business, announced today the Summon® discovery service now includes content from more than 100 abstract and indexing (A&I) databases including nearly 90 ProQuest databases.

07 Mar 2013 | News Release

ProQuest Appoints Tiffany Williamson as Vice President of Operations

In support of delivering a superior customer experience, ProQuest appointed Tiffany Williamson as Vice President of Operations for Marketing, Sales and Customer Experience. In this new role, Williamson will drive strategy and operations excellence across sales and marketing, with a particular focus on aligning ProQuest’s businesses creating an integrated approach to the market.

06 Mar 2013 | News Release

OCLC and ProQuest Collaborate to Enhance Library Discovery

ProQuest and OCLC are launching a far-reaching data exchange program that will enhance the library discovery experience for users of OCLC's WorldCat Local service, ProQuest’s Summon® service, the full-text of ProQuest Central and ebrary e-books.

28 Feb 2013 | News Release

ProQuest and ER&L Support Librarians at SXSWi

Recognizing the insights and knowledge shared at SXSW Interactive (SXSWi), ProQuest, and ER&L are creating the ER&L + ProQuest #ideadrop house at this year's festival, March 8-12. Located in the heart of Austin, (TX) the house will be a premier destination for librarians to gather for salon-style group discussions about the future of libraries and librarianship.

27 Feb 2013 | News Release

ProQuest Invites Future Information Professionals to Apply for Annual Scholarship

ProQuest is seeking applicants for its 2013 Roger K. Summit Scholarship. Celebrating its 20th anniversary and open to applicants from around the world, the US$5,000 award is given annually to a promising graduate student in library and information sciences.

14 Feb 2013 | News Release

Serials Solutions Introduces Summon Spotlighting

Summon Spotlighting, a new feature of the Summon discovery service, provides dynamic display options for specialized content types.

24 Jan 2013 | News Release

Intota™ Assessment Available in 2013

The much anticipated Intota™ web-scale management solution will debut in 2013 with Intota™ Assessment, a library collection analytics service that provides book and serials analysis and consolidated usage.

24 Jan 2013 | News Release

ProQuest and Bibliothèque Nationale de France Advance Access to Important and Rare Works via Early European Books Program

ProQuest and the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) in Paris are joining forces to expand access to the Library's rich historical treasures. As part of its Early European Books program, ProQuest will digitize about 70,000 volumes from BnF's collection of European books printed before 1700.

24 Jan 2013 | News Release

ProQuest's Expansion of History Vault Opens New Perspectives on Pivotal Eras in American History

In 2013, ProQuest will open content that has been largely inaccessible to global researchers with a significant expansion of its acclaimed History Vault, a five-year program to provide central access to the key archival collections that document the most important and widely studied topics of 18th- through 20th-century America.

24 Jan 2013 | News Release