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Recently, ProQuest launched ProQuest Ebook Central™. The development of Ebook Central was driven by rigorous analysis of librarian and researcher ebook workflows. Along with ongoing market surveys, the research examined acquisition trends, ebook use by subject, user routines, and user frustrations with ebooks. 
The result is a platform that improves the experience for librarians and researchers. 
The platform features:
- Responsive design
- Note-taking, highlighting, and instant citations
- Offline reading options, including DRM-free chapters and full book downloads 
The platform is built upon a core of authoritative, scholarly content:
- Over 785,000 titles
- 1,350 imprints
- 650 publishers
- 100,000 newly published titles added each year
The content is supported by LibCentral™, a powerful administrative and acquisition engine. LibCentral streamlines librarian workflows and eliminates redundant, tedious tasks. 
For customers, over the next six to nine months, the ebrary and EBL platforms will be upgraded to Ebook Central.
Our goal is a smooth transition for you and your users. 
- We will alert you four weeks ahead of your upgrade via email in the ProQuest Products Upgrades Digest
- Ensure the appropriate people at your institution are signed up for email notification here
- This email will provide links to all the training materials necessary to fully prepare for upgrade
- As the upgrade date gets closer, a ProQuest Ebook Central representative will be available to assist you and answer any questions you may have about your upgrade
Read more about ProQuest Ebook Central in the news release.

Recently, ProQuest launched ProQuest Ebook Central™. The development of Ebook Central was driven by rigorous analysis of librarian and researcher ebook workflows. Along with ongoing market surveys, the research examined acquisition trends, ebook use by subject, user routines, and user frustrations with ebooks. 

The result is a platform that improves the experience for librarians and researchers. 

The platform features:

- Responsive design

- Note-taking, highlighting, and instant citations

- Offline reading options, including DRM-free chapters and full book downloads 

The platform is built upon a core of authoritative, scholarly content:

- Over 785,000 titles

- 1,350 imprints

- 650 publishers

- 100,000 newly published titles added each year

The content is supported by LibCentral™, a powerful administrative and acquisition engine. LibCentral streamlines librarian workflows and eliminates redundant, tedious tasks. 

For customers, over the next six to nine months, the ebrary and EBL platforms will be upgraded to Ebook Central.

Our goal is a smooth transition for you and your users. 

- We will alert you four weeks ahead of your upgrade via email in the ProQuest Products Upgrades Digest

- Ensure the appropriate people at your institution are signed up for email notification here

- This email will provide links to all the training materials necessary to fully prepare for upgrade

- As the upgrade date gets closer, a ProQuest Ebook Central representative will be available to assist you and answer any questions you may have about your upgrade

Read more about ProQuest Ebook Central in the news release.

15 Mar 2016

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