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Based on your feedback, we’ve improved the ebook chapter download experience

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On August 7, the first ebrary customers were upgraded to the new Reader. Feedback from librarians has been that it’s a substantial improvement for their patrons’ ebook reading experience, and that librarians are better able to assist them with their research.

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24 Oct 2014

Ebola: Get the most reliable information from ProQuest

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With Ebola in the news daily, if not hourly, there is a lot of information and mis-information about this disease floating around.

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24 Oct 2014

Case Study: University of Texas at Arlington justified its resource spending with Intota

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Mandated by the university to cost-justify its annual budget requests, the library at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) found the answers it needed through ProQuest’s transformational library services platform, Intota. The ProQuest systems not only provide push-button answers to critical questions about collection use and value, they also enabled a new initiative to shift the library’s primary focus from collection development to faculty and student engagement.

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23 Oct 2014

ProQuest Executive Orders and Presidential Proclamations, 1789-2014

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Searchable alone or in conjunction with other ProQuest Congressional information, ProQuest Executive Orders and Presidential Proclamations content has begun to go online, and will continue to load from now throughout the first half of 2015, when the product is expected to complete.

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23 Oct 2014

Explore Ben Bradlee’s legacy: ProQuest’s primary sources reveal more about the man and his work

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As the news community mourns the passing of Ben Bradlee, former executive editor of The Washington Post, Lisa Wilson, Product Manager for ProQuest Newssstand, reflects on her own encounters with the man described in his recent obituary as “the quintessential newspaper editor of his era.”

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23 Oct 2014

Announcing Usus – A community website on usage

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Usus (Latin for usage) is a new, independent, community-run website for all those interested in the usage of online content.

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22 Oct 2014

“Highly Recommended” says CHOICE about the new Literature Online

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“Literature Online recently received a new web interface with upgraded search engine capabilities,” says John Novak of University of Nevada-Las Vegas, in a review of the classic resource for CHOICE.

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21 Oct 2014

5 Presentations That LIS Students Will Love

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If you are a library or information science instructor, we know you work hard to prepare effective lesson plans and engaging lectures. However, sometimes it is nice to take a break and let someone else do the talking!

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21 Oct 2014

The Most Comprehensive Online Collection of Congressional Documents from 1789 – Present

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ProQuest is the only place you’ll find a comprehensive collection of Congressional documents from 1789-present. Other new modules for U.S. immigration, the military, diplomacy, and the executive branch continue to be developed and launched in 2014.

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20 Oct 2014

Is a Single Search Box Enough for Your Users?

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Last month in an Information Today, Inc. webinar, sponsored by ProQuest, discussion focused on how the discovery ecosystem involves much more than the single search box and the content that libraries make available to their users.

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17 Oct 2014

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