Cambridge Information Group remains the majority owner – a position it’s held since 2007.
Richard Huffine has worked both sides of the government and industry table and provides insight on the US public access program based on his prior experience and his new perspective from within the vendor community.
The Digital Shift features an article on the launch of the free version of ProQuest Flow, a cloud-based document management platform.
James P. McGinty will step down as Vice Chairman of Cambridge Information Group (CIG) on June 30, 2014. Mr. McGinty has been with CIG for more than 20 years, playing a central role in the company’s development and investment strategy.
Libraries and universities with proprietary audio and video collections can now preserve and provide access to these information resources through a new service from ProQuest.
Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD) selected the Summon discovery service from Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business.
ProQuest's powerful collaboration and document management tool Flow™ is now accessible free for researchers - including those in institutions that don’t subscribe to the service.
"ProQuest’s Research Companion serves as an effective introduction for those making their first attempts at conducting original research. A convenient step-by-step guide shepherds users through the process, allowing students to avoid many of the pitfalls of this critical exercise."
Husson University is working with Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business, to improve usage of the W. Tom and Bonnie Sawyer Library’s resources. In pursuit of a solution to increase the number of full-text downloads, the university selected the 360 Link OpenURL link resolver to offer their students quick and easy access to full-text resources in their collection.
ProQuest® Statistical Abstract of the United States and Queen Victoria’s Journals have been selected for Choice Magazine's annual, highly acclaimed Outstanding Academic Titles list.