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Are you aligned with your researchers? Join us as we explore the data demonstrating how Content Diversity impacts researcher outcomes, how institutions can overcome barriers to providing it, and learn about some real examples and applications for Humanities research.

Comprehensive humanities research requires content diversity… and a very high percentage of faculty assignments rely on non-journal content. One of the reasons is because primary sources, combined with secondary sources, such as ebooks, enable researchers to develop critical thinking skills by examining evidence, identifying questions, and drawing conclusions. The result? Improved research and teaching outcomes.

See how you can be the source of more, by attending one of our scheduled webinars:

Black History
June 10, 10AM ET

June 10, 2PM ET

Early Modern History
July 8, 8AM ET
July 8, 1PM ET

International Relations and Military History
July 15, 8AM ET

July 15, 1PM ET
July 15, 8PM ET

Women's History
August 5, 8AM ET
August 5, 1PM ET

19 May 2015

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