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Rising international student enrollments and the popularity of programs that use foreign language content are increasing the importance of foreign language materials in library collections.
ProQuest continues to innovate the ebook research and management experience with the launch of the beta program for its eagerly anticipated new ebook platform.
ProQuest aims to improve outcomes of research on 20th century events by expanding its visionary ProQuest® History Vault collection.
The Digital National Security Archive (DNSA) has expanded to include CIA Covert Operations II: The Year of Intelligence, 1975, a collection of 1,000 declassified documents.
ProQuest names Samuel Dodson, an MLIS student at the University of British Columbia, the recipient of the 2015 Roger K. Summit Scholarship.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), working in partnership with and on behalf of Health Education England, have signed a three year national license with ProQuest to provide access to a variety of core healthcare databases.
ProQuest has completed the acquisition of Coutts Information Services and MyiLibrary from Ingram Content Group.
News release discussing the Fold3 Library Edition by Ancestry, exclusively available from ProQuest, a premier collection of historical U.S. military records and unique military content. From May 27, 2015.
120 participants from 28 universities attended the information-rich session on the ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Publishing Program and the Summon Discovery Service.
ProQuest has partnered with the National Library of Scotland to create the very first digitised collection of 19th Century House of Lords Parliamentary Papers, providing online access to previously unseen and valuable historical documents.
"It is absolutely fantastic to have the WWD archive! I've only seen the issues related to the 1930s on grungy old microfiche at NYPL, so being able to explore it online is such a luxury," said Dr. Rebecca Arnold, Lecturer, Courtauld Institute.