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Since its debut in 2011, ProQuest History Vault has grown from three modules in 2011 to 21 in 2014, with six new modules scheduled for 2015. This growth, combined with input from librarians and researchers, has led to the enhanced interface, modeled after the ProQuest platform.

ENHANCED ACCESS TO DECADES OF HISTORY   
On the home page, module subscriptions are now grouped by five new categories that allow users to see the major content areas covered.

“FEATURED MODULES” HIGHLIGHT CONTENT

-- Key documents and contextual background notes help users find relevant material
-- Suggested searches customized to modules
-- “Browse Collections” links to a durable URL for a module description that can be used on a library A-Z database list
-- “View all collections” links to descriptions of all module collections

Be sure to visit the History Vault LibGuide to see all that is new, better, and different with the ProQuest History Vault redesign.

 

02 Apr 2015

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