Complimentary LIS Course Support for You and Your Students
Welcome to the ProQuest Graduate Education Program (GEP), available worldwide to faculty and students in accredited graduate degree programs in library science and related disciplines.
By participating in this program, you'll gain access to complimentary resources that assist information professionals in teaching and mastering competencies in library science, information science, competitive intelligence, and knowledge management.
Begun more than 35 years ago as a way to give information professionals free instructional access to the Dialog research environment, today's GEP offers that and so much more.
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A social network where LIS faculty members and students access resources available through the GEP, where members can connect with a global community of current and future librarians, and where LIS professionals can access the Quantum2 professional development series resources.
Resources for teaching and learning about ProQuest tools.
Complimentary access to some of ProQuest's most popular databases, e-book collections, and tools.
Educational Resources Program
Education and school library media faculty and students at NCATE-recognized schools of education gain free access to some of our most popular K-12 databases and multimedia resources.
Student Trainer Internship Program
LIS graduate students train their peers on the ProQuest research environment and on RefWorks bibliographic management software.
Roger K. Summit Scholarship
Presented annually to a graduate student in library or information science who has demonstrated outstanding interest or performance in electronic information services.
LJ Teaching Award
Mentors. Advocates. Trailblazers. These are just some of the roles today’s great LIS instructors fulfill.
A leadership skills development program for information professionals.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to frequently asked Graduate Education Program questions.
Have questions? Contact the GEP Team