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U.S. National Library Week is around the corner. In celebration of libraries, we are offering access to a variety of ProQuest® resources from April 11 through April 20, 2013.

Complimentary Access to Popular Research Databases from ProQuest

  • CultureGrams™
  • eLibrary®
  • Historic Map Works™ Library Edition
  • SIRS® Issues Researcher

Access to E-books from ebrary®

  • Public Library Complete™
  • Schools and Educators Complete™

Find these databases and e-book collections at http://www.proquest.com/go/celebrate.

You will also find a variety of resources for your professional development and for your library, including bookmarks, images for your library’s Facebook page, a research report on higher education students and social media, plus a limited-time discount on the 2013 U.S. Book Consumer Demographics & Buying Behaviors Annual Review.

Join us in celebrating National Library Week at www.proquest.com/go/celebrate.

Thanks for the work you do to support your school and library users. Enjoy the special recognition that you and your library so deserve this week.

11 Apr 2013 | Posted by Shannon Janeczek

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