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:
- Streamlines the research process. A barrier between Google Scholar and the library's subscribed ProQuest collections has been removed.
- Increases usage. With an additional way for researchers to discover content, libraries will benefit from increased usage of ProQuest collections.
- 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.
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