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How the University of Nottingham Got More Bang for its Book Budget

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DDA allows users to browse a book before buying it, resolving the challenge of meeting student needs AND honoring the library’s strategic plans.

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29 Mar 2017

How History Remembers the First Female Doctor in the U.S.

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“None of us can know what we are capable of until we are tested.” ― Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell

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28 Mar 2017

The Price to Purchase Your Own Freedom from Slavery

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Resources to explore the limitations of freedom for “free” African-Americans before slavery was abolished.

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23 Mar 2017

Explore Research and Funding Opportunities in Women’s Studies

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Resources for students and researchers in this eclectic, evolving interdisciplinary field.

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22 Mar 2017

Perspectives on the Evolving Role of Women in Rwanda

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Resources for better learning and research insights on gender equality in the decades following genocide.

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20 Mar 2017

Exposing Women’s Experiences during the Holocaust for Researchers

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Resources to learn from survivors, in their own words, about the horrors - and humanity - of Ravensbrück.

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16 Mar 2017

Researching Triggers of Change in the Women’s Movement

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Exploring resources curated to reflect the struggle of “creating a more humane world for all women to live in.”

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08 Mar 2017

Revealing Queen Victoria and the Consequences of Sex

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Resources to explore marriage, childbirth and the conflicts of sexual desire in the Victorian era.

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07 Mar 2017

ProQuest is at Work Improving Systems for Uninterrupted Learning and Exploration

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Our goal is 100% uptime for ProQuest services and we will continue testing and improving our systems to achieve it.

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02 Mar 2017

Researching Black History Month – and Everyday Black History

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Professor and author Matt Delmont talks about his digital media project, Black Quotidian, and the “messy” nature of history.

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02 Mar 2017

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