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Through ProQuest plus bibliotheca, libraries around the world will provide personalized, curated book recommendations and ratings to patrons directly at the point of borrowing or returning items.
ProQuest is now accepting applications for its 2015 Roger K. Summit Scholarship, which will award US$5,000 to a promising graduate student in library and information sciences.
Inta Cinite’s “Measurement of perceived organizational readiness for change and employees' attitudes toward change in the public sector” was the most accessed dissertation on ProQuest Dissertation & Theses Database® in 2014.
A recent announcement from ProQuest states that the company is going after the library market in an even more focused way, seeking to become ‘the ‘go-to’ ebook source for librarians and users.
The delicate nature of the collections and the need for the right kind of metadata make digitization a project for experts.
Launching in mid-2015, ProQuest Ebook Central will integrate key elements from both ebrary and EBL - Ebook Library, along with all-new functionality, delivering a next-generation experience for researchers and librarians around the globe.
In 2014, ProQuest digitized approximately 12 million pages of historical documents, moving them from archive box to search box. The company’s expert digitization and curation of vast and varied information is supported with advanced technologies.
ProQuest has become a partner in the Library of Congress’ Electronic Cataloging in Publication (ECIP) Cataloging Partnership and BIBCO Programs.
Academic institutions around the world are selecting the Intota™ library services platform, a transformational cloud-based service that simplifies major challenges libraries face today.
The full text of more than 25,000 titles from the acclaimed ProQuest resource Early English Books Online (EEBO) are now openly available on the websites of the University of Michigan Library and the Bodleian Libraries at the University of Oxford.
News release regarding Shanghai Library's addition of the ProQuest Historical Newspapers™ - Chinese Newspapers Collection to enhance their library offerings and simplify the research experience for the patrons of Shanghai Library. From January 22, 2015.