According to the latest report from ProQuest affiliate Bowker, self-publishing grew at a rate of more than 40 percent in 2018.
Stichting Bibliotheek.nl (BNL), the national foundation for public libraries in the Netherlands, has selected ProQuest business Serials Solutions® to adapt AquaBrowser® as an additional custom end-user interface to BNL’s new national catalog (NBC) for print,digital and electronic collections.
ProQuest expands its acclaimed Digital National Security Archive (DNSA) with newly declassified files that chronicle the development of U.S. policy as it attempted to deal with the tragedy experienced in Argentina during the critical, formative period of the late 1970's — a time that featured a political collapse verging on civil war; a military coup; and massive illegal detentions, torture and kidnappings.
ProQuest has published the 2013 edition of the Statistical Abstract of the United States, rescuing one of researchers’ most valued reference tools — the premier collection of statistics on the United States and its people.
ProQuest, an Ann Arbor-based information company and creator of award-winning technologies, has been selected as a Detroit Free Press National Standard Top Workplace.
ebrary®, a ProQuest business, today announced that its flagship e-book subscription collection, Academic Complete™, has been awarded the title of Library Journal’s Best E-book Database.
ProQuest is boosting the visibility of e-books in library collections by providing for the full text of an additional 400,000 e-books to be discovered and accessed as part of a broad search of library holdings.
Information powerhouse ProQuest is participating in a project that will vastly accelerate research of 15th through 17th Century cultural history. The company will provide access to page images from the veritable Early English Books Online and newcomer Early European Books to the Early Modern OCR Project (eMOP) at Texas A&M.
Serials Solutions®, a ProQuest® business has launched Summon® Suggestions, a suite of features designed to enrich the Summon discovery service with automated and contextual research assistance that will lead users to better research outcomes.
In 2009, a team of volunteers at ProQuest responded to the American Library Association's national call for a "Summer of Service" with a volunteer program to support local libraries. In the years since, the company has resumed the program under the theme "Live, Learn, Laugh, Love Your Library" each summer.
Serials Solutions®, a ProQuest® business and the Japan Medical Abstracts Society (JAMAS) have dramatically improved access to Japanese-language article abstracts in Ichushi-Web through the Summon® web-scale discovery service.