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ProQuest is pleased to welcome Ebook Library (EBL) to the family!

On May 13, 2013, the agreement announced in January was finalized, completing the acquisition of EBL and significantly expanding our e-book delivery and aggregation capabilities to libraries globally.

By combining the complementary strengths of EBL and ebrary, we will create the best possible research experience, connecting e-books with the vast array of other content and services offered by ProQuest. This supports our goal of enabling researchers to seamlessly discover content across multiple formats, including books, journals, dissertations, newspapers, and video.

14 May 2013 | Posted by Shannon Janeczek

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