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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

Introducing the Summon-Altmetric Integration

Presenter: Brent Cook (Director, Product Management, Summon at ProQuest), Ben McLeish (Product Sales Manager at Altmetric)

Description: The integration between Summon and Altmetric enriches the user experience and improves resource discovery by enabling researchers to explore the online shares, comments and discussion relating to individual research outputs with a single click. Learn more about how altmetrics work within Summon, how libraries can enable this no cost integration, and how this development adds to previous collaborations where Altmetric badges can appear alongside search results delivered through ProQuest platforms such as 360 Link, Ex Libris® Primo® (via the Developer Network).

Dates/Times/Registration:

Tuesday, March 1 at 1:00 pm ET/10:00 am PT – Register here
Thursday, March 3 at 10:00 am ET/7:00 am PT – Register here

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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--YouTube Channel

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.
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ACRL Choice Webinars

Enhancing Research through Government Documents

Presenter: Cathy Johnson (Director, Legislative and Historical Services at ProQuest)

Description: Historic and current U.S. government documents offer researchers an opportunity to gain insight into the laws and regulations that impact individuals across all sectors of society. This webinar will provide examples of specific government documents that can be used in various research areas including Native American studies, financial regulation, African American studies, environmental protection, and Women’s studies, with a focus on how understanding the past informs our understanding of the present.

Dates/Times/Registration:

Thursday, March 10 at 2:00 pm ET – Register here

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 Content Diversity Webinars

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