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ProQuest has now unveiled the name of its new ebook platform: ProQuest Ebook Central™, which will launch mid-2015.

ProQuest Ebook Central integrates ebrary and EBL (Ebook Library), along with an all-new functionality, delivering a next-generation experience for researchers and librarians around the globe.

Kari Paulson, vice president, Market Development, ProQuest Ebooks, says, “ProQuest Ebook Central will have the widest selection of quality content and the most acquisition options in an intuitive, user-friendly platform that simplifies the workflow for both librarians and patrons. It will be the complete solution that our customers and their users want.” 

To read the entire press release, click here.

30 Jan 2015

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