Cambridge Information Group remains the majority owner – a position it’s held since 2007.
Information industry leaders ProQuest and Ex Libris® Group are pleased to announce that over 200 of ProQuest’s most widely used databases have been indexed in the Ex Libris Primo Central Index of scholarly electronic resources, making the content easily discoverable via the Ex Libris Primo discovery service.
Educators and students this fall are benefiting from online resources from ProQuest that are mobile optimized, include new instructional tools and features, and vetted content aligned to national standards.
The University of Canterbury recently selected Intota™ Assessment from ProQuest as the best solution to address challenges in evaluating usage of their libraries’ collections and making collection management decisions based on evidence.
Early European studies will be the theme of a special one-day event being held by Jisc, a charity that provides digital solutions for UK education and research, and ProQuest.
Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) has been a long-time customer of ProQuest solutions using Summon, 360 Link, MARC Updates and others. With a new director onboard, FIT was looking for ways to modernize the management of their resources and make the library more relevant to researchers by enhancing the value of services and experience for their patrons. That is when they turned to ProQuest.
ProQuest and Rutgers University are teaming to make the University’s acclaimed Thomas A. Edison Papers more accessible to scholars and students around the world.
Tomsk State University in Russia turned to ProQuest to assist them in finding a solution to help meet their multidisciplinary needs and to also make search and access easier for users. The university was also looking for a variety of content databases to enhance the information available to their students and researchers.
ProQuest Ebooks has partnered with O’Mahony’s, Irish booksellers and library suppliers, to deliver key content from leading publishers to institutions across Ireland and the UK.
Having built a solid and trusted relationship over many years, The State and University Library, Aarhus University, Denmark looked to ProQuest to assist in delivering a transformational library services platform, which was able to integrate with its existing discovery, linking and management tools. The new Intota™ platform was the solution to address the library’s needs.
2014 marks the centenary of the First World War. To commemorate it, information powerhouse ProQuest has created a free online gallery of 100-year-old magazines written and illustrated.