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After many months of testing and years of contextual research with end users, we introduced an enhanced platform interface for ProQuest ( earlier today.

The new design is driven by deep analysis of researcher behaviors on the ProQuest platform, extensive testing with users and librarians, beta testing with a variety of customer development partners, and large scale A/B testing. The best part: these changes occurred automatically and required no updates to the library’s backend systems. You can count on these training and support tools to help you and your users get the most out of your ProQuest content:

Training tools and information

Live and recorded training webinars
Support Center article: ProQuest interface upgrade customer resources
ProQuest interface training videos on YouTube

Ready to see the enhanced interface? Just access the ProQuest platform as you normally would or use this link:

Need help or have questions? Please contact ProQuest Technical Support.

20 Aug 2015

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