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About the ProQuest Education Channel

We offer a variety of informational and subscriber webinars about our products and services. Live and recorded sessions are available to meet your scheduling needs. These sessions are complimentary and designed to provide insight into how our services can help you, your library and your users.

View our featured webinars.

Featured Webinars

Choice/ACRL Presents: Managing the Rapidly Changing World of eBooks: Research on Usage, Access, and Acquisition

Libraries today are buying more and more eBooks with researchers needing access to a continuous stream of content. As the need to access more electronic resources and eBooks grows, academic library collections are evolving.

Join us to hear Michael Levine-Clark, Interim Dean and Director at the University of Denver Libraries, share his research on global usage patterns for eBooks across thousands of libraries. Jane Burke, Vice President of Market Development at ProQuest, will highlight new technologies ProQuest is developing to make it easier for librarians to manage this growing body of eBooks.

Learn how other libraries are effectively managing eBook access and ownership and gain insights to improve processes in your library!


Tuesday, October 13, 2015
2:00 PM Eastern
1:00 PM Central
12:00 PM Mountain
11:00 AM Pacific

Recorded ACRL Webinars

Insights on the Modern Library: How the Online Generation is Transforming Libraries
How are students today using the library and performing search and research? (From September 22, 2015).
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Text and Data Mining Library Content
With the development of text and data mining tools and the expanse of the Digital Humanities, Librarians from many disciplines are increasingly called upon to assist researchers working at the intersection of computing and humanities and social science research.

ACRL Choice Webinars

Improving Outcomes with Content Diversity

Are you aligned with your researchers? View the recorded webinars to hear how Content Diversity impacts researcher outcomes, including some real applications for research in Black History, International Relations and Military History, Women's History, and Early Modern History.

Recorded Webinars

Black History
International Relations and Military History
Women’s History
Early Modern History