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Four ProQuest products are finalists for five 2015 SIIA CODiE Awards, presented by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the leading association representing the software and digital content industries.

The finalists - representing a wide variety of users and libraries - are:

-- Best Reading/English/Language Arts Instructional Solution:  ProQuest Research Companion
-- Best Source for Reference or Education Resources:  ProQuest Research Companion
-- Best Social Sciences or Social Studies Instructional Solution:  ProQuest SIRS Issues Researcher
-- Best Service Using Aggregated Content:  ProQuest Dialog
-- Best Service Using Aggregated Content:  ProQuest History Vault

Unique content and specialized educational solutions are what make these products distinctive in a long list of other finalists.

Winners of the respective categories will be announced at SIIA’s education technology conference in May and the information industry summit in June.

To read the entire press release, click here.

 

09 Apr 2015

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