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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.
As a part of ProQuest, SIPX will first grow, then identify new ways that libraries, researchers and publishers can use its technology.
This collaboration between ProQuest and the US ISSN Center benefits publishers, vendors, libraries and researchers around the world.
ProQuest (through its affiliate Bowker) has acquired Palo Alto-based SIPX, creator of a unique digital course materials solution that addresses a variety of copyright and costs concerns for universities.
The Summon® service to help increase the service delivery of the PU library
ProQuest announced that it will be sending the full texts of scholarly journals, conference presentations, and working papers to Google for inclusion in the widely used Google Scholar. “Our relationship with Google is the latest example of actions we’re taking to make it simple for researchers to access content in their libraries no matter where they start their research,” says Kurt Sanford, ProQuest's CEO.
Intota will ultimately serve as a next-generation LSP that could replace a traditional ILS.
Bowker’s popular MyIdentifiers.com, an online resource for tools that make books more easily discovered, is now available in Spanish, extending the website’s services to a broader range of customers.
ProQuest will enable the full text of its scholarly journal content to be indexed in Google Scholar, improving research outcomes.
Have you ever heard of ProQuest? If not, maybe it is about time that you did.
Jisc elects to renew its existing contract with ProQuest, which has been in place for over five years.