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The largest conference for academic librarians and information professionals, ALA Annual, is currently underway in San Francisco, CA. Leading up to the conference, ProQuest has been announcing how we are keeping libraries at the center of research success.

From debuting our beta ebooks platform to transformative library management systems and rich, new content collections, here is a quick summary of the news ProQuest announced this week:

>> ProQuest Ebook Central Enters Beta, Debuting New Features That Enhance User Productivity. Learn more

>> ProQuest Makes it Easy for Libraries to Build eCollections of University Press Titles. Read more

>> The momentum continues with more universities adopting Intota. Read the full news release

>> Intota V2 will enable libraries to leverage the revolutionary power of Linked Data. Click to learn more about Intota v2

>> ProQuest Empowers Researchers of 20th Century America with New Digital Collections -- History Vault opens access to new viewpoints of landmark eras. Learn more

>> ProQuest and National Security Archive team on CIA Covert Operations II, now on the ProQuest platform. Read the full news release

>> Heritage Quest Online expands with billions of international records for comprehensive genealogical research. Read more

Visit us in Booth 2801 at ALA Annual and learn how ProQuest can empower you to transform your library!

26 Jun 2015

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