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Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce the the number of libraries participating in the Alma and Primo implementation at the WRLC Consortium, has increased to 16.
Information industry leaders ProQuest and Ex Libris® Group understand that researchers and librarians search for and manage content using solutions from different providers.
Ingram Content Group Inc., and ProQuest’s EBL - Ebook Library, a leading e-book aggregator serving academic, corporate and research libraries worldwide, today announced that more than 400,000 EBL e-book titles are available through Ingram's OASIS® content platform for academic libraries worldwide.
News release noting that for the first time, researchers will have online access to the digital archive of the South China Morning Post as ProQuest adds the acclaimed daily to its Historical Newspapers collection. From January 24, 2014.
ProQuest has joined the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), which represents the interests of Open Access (OA) journal publishers globally in all scientific, technical, and scholarly disciplines.
When it comes to ebooks, social sciences far outperform humanities and STM in the percentage of titles used and the average amount of use per book.
At the American Library Association’s Midwinter Conference, ProQuest is demonstrating the new release of Literature Online®, the world’s largest literary research resource. Conferees are viewing the solution’s optimization of content for modern student research habits and needs. Essential for teaching and studying literature for more than 15 years, Literature Online now leverages cloud-based technology and responsive design to make its massive store of essential and in-demand content even more accessible, and easier to use than ever before.
Academic Complete™, the flagship ebook collection from ProQuest’s ebook platform, ebrary, has added 20,000 titles to its selection of in-demand scholarly academic monographs.
University libraries around the world will be implementing a new best in class collection analytics service from ProQuest. Launched late last year, Intota™ Assessment provides tools that enable libraries to showcase the value of their collections and demonstrate return on investment for their collection budget.
Products and services from ProQuest's Seattle-based technologies business unit will now carry the ProQuest® brand as the name "Serials Solutions" is retired.
Buffalo State, the State University of New York (SUNY) system will continue to use the Summon discovery service and 360 Link from Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business, to honor the library’s dedication to proactive and innovative support for research and creativity of Buffalo State students and faculty.