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Industry-first features dynamic learning modules and interactive tools to help students become better researchers.

ProQuest® launched its new cloud-based information literacy solution, ProQuest® Research Companion, a one-stop resource that guides high school, community college, and university students through research projects, helping them overcome typical barriers. Easy, intuitive, and informative, ProQuest Research Companion enables students to move through projects such as research papers efficiently, generating better research outcomes and reducing frustration.

“Leveraging several proprietary and highly-regarded ProQuest services and technology solutions, Research Companion addresses information literacy challenges unlike any other solution in the market,” said Simon Beale, senior vice president and general manager, ProQuest U.S. Government, Public Library and Schools. “Using data and information intelligence from Ulrichs, Bowker Books in Print, eLibrary, and the Summon discovery service, combined with the expertise of ProQuest editorial staff, we deliver unique features and applications that benefit the student and improve research.”

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13 Nov 2013 | Posted by Shannon Janeczek

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