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Recognizing the unique value of ProQuest products, West Los Angeles College increased their offerings from ProQuest in order to best meet the research needs of their students and satisfy the curriculum requirements held by many California Community Colleges. The addition of the Summon® service, ebrary ebooks and other ProQuest information databases will provide their library patrons the resources that they need to successfully complete their assignments.

“We chose to upgrade our ebrary Academic Complete™ subscription from ProQuest because we needed more science, psychology and medical coverage. Also, many California community colleges have curriculum and assignments which require ProQuest’s unique products and research tools like the newspaper and historical collections as well as some specific ebook titles,” comments Ken Lin, Librarian and Associate Professor.

To read the press release, click here.

24 Apr 2014

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