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ProQuest's full-text scholarly content, including journals and working papers, is now indexed in Google Scholar. Researcher access to ProQuest content through Google Scholar is now obstacle-free. 
Here are three more ways ProQuest's collaboration with Google makes research easier:
1. Streamlines the research process. A barrier between Google Scholar and the library's subscribed ProQuest collections has been removed.
2. Increased usage. With an additional way for researchers to discover content, libraries will benefit from increased usage of ProQuest collections.
3. Linking is automatic. After searching Google Scholar, authenticated ProQuest users will be recognized at the ProQuest platform and connected to full-text content. 
To read more about the partnership between ProQuest and Google read the full news release. 

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ProQuest's full-text scholarly content, including journals and working papers, is now indexed in Google Scholar. Researcher access to ProQuest content through Google Scholar is now obstacle-free. 

Here are three more ways ProQuest's collaboration with Google helps researchers and librarians:

  1. Streamlines the research process. A barrier between Google Scholar and the library's subscribed ProQuest collections has been removed.
  2. Increases usage. With an additional way for researchers to discover content, libraries will benefit from increased usage of ProQuest collections.
  3. Linking is seamless. After searching Google Scholar, authenticated ProQuest users will be recognized at the ProQuest platform and connected to full-text content. 

To read more about the partnership between ProQuest and Google read the full news release

11 Aug 2015

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