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Sixty years’ worth of content from The Korea Times is now available from ProQuest’s Historical Newspapers archive. Using the ProQuest platform, users can browse, read cover-to-cover, or search full digitized issues of the paper – including images – from 1956 to 2016.
Cooperating Libraries in Consortium (CLIC) of St. Paul, Minnesota, is the first academic library consortium to subscribe to ProQuest’s cloud-based library services platform, Intota™. The CLIC libraries will be taking full advantage of the transformative nature of the Intota library services platform, implementing in phases beginning with the Summon discovery service this spring. During 2014 they also plan to implement Intota for assessment and for e-resource management, with other components to follow.
ProQuest is seeking applicants for its 2014 Roger K. Summit Scholarship. Open to applicants from around the world, the US$5,000 award has been given annually for more than twenty years, supporting promising graduate students in library and information sciences. The winner will be announced at the Special Libraries Association's 2014 Annual Conference to be held June 8 – 10 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Cameron University demonstrates a commitment to improve the discovery experience for its users by selecting 360 Link from ProQuest.
ProQuest's Trench Journals and Unit Magazines of the First World War is featured in Business Weekly with comments from Product Manager, Dr. John Pegum, who managed the production of this product and created this extraordinary corpus of material which provides a counterpoint to the ‘official’ records and histories of the First World War which have until now been largely inaccessible for study.
The American Public University System (APUS) selects ProQuest technologies to support discovery of their electronic resources and advance its research library. Selection of the Summon® discovery service, 360 Link and Syndetic Solutions™ will help to streamline the research experience to meet the expectations of its students.
ProQuest bought e-book aggregator EBL last May and Research Information's Sian Harris finds out about the company's plans to bring this and other businesses more closely together.
ProQuest® Statistical Abstract of the United States is the winner of the 2014 SIIA CODiE Content Award for Best General Reference Service. Representing the information industry’s best products and technologies, this solution is a comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States.
The new ProQuest Dialog receives an in depth review by Online Searcher
More than 320 million records from 88 collections in the award-winning ProQuest® Central database are now discoverable, and the full text associated with those records is now accessible to mutual subscribers through OCLC WorldCat Discovery Services.
After a trial period of ProQuest Pivot™ the University of Pretoria received positive feedback from its researchers, and they decided to subscribe fully to the product in order to enable the department to further support the students through their funding needs.