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Information industry leaders ProQuest and Ex Libris® Group are pleased to announce that over 200 of ProQuest’s most widely used databases have been indexed in the Ex Libris Primo Central Index of scholarly electronic resources, making the content easily discoverable via the Ex Libris Primo discovery service.

Among the important ProQuest databases that are now available via Primo are: 

>> ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global
>> ABI/INFORM®
>> Black Studies Center
>> Various historical digital collections, including Early English Books Online (EEBO)
>> Periodicals Archive Online
>> Periodicals Index Online (PIO)
>> Approximately 50 abstracting nd indexing (A&I) databases
>> ProQuest Central

In the coming months, ProQuest Congressional and other databases will also be accessible via Primo.

For more information, read the full press release here.

29 Sep 2014

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