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NC LIVE, a renowned consortium that provides digital content and services to public and academic libraries in North Carolina, is replacing a significant portion of its cadre of databases with ProQuest resources, enabling it to work within tight budget parameters without sacrificing quality to its member libraries.

A new three-year agreement provides popular ProQuest databases such as ProQuest Central, the world’s largest aggregated collection of full-text academic content, and an extraordinary selection of ebooks via ebrary’s Academic Complete™ and Public Library Complete™ to more than 200 libraries serving users throughout the entire state.  

NC LIVE Member Libraries: ProQuest and NC LIVE are offering free ProQuest Days on October 22, 23, 28 or 29 to allow library staff opportunities to get acquainted with the new resources. Visit http://www.nclive.org for details.

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02 Oct 2014

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