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In case you missed it a few weeks back, we announced that 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 (read the press release here).

Among these are our most important resources, including ProQuest Central, ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global, the ProQuest SciTech Collection, and many historical digital collections such as Early English Books Online and Periodicals Archive Online.

In the coming months, Ex Libris will be making more ProQuest content discoverable, so subscribe to this blog or follow us on Twitter @ProQuest for the latest updates.

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02 Nov 2014

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