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30,000 employees were surveyed about their own companies and stand-outs in their industry. ProQuest ranks among the best.
School library champion Lenny Santamaria, principal of Myra S. Barnes Intermediate School 24 in Staten Island, N.Y., receives the award.
ProQuest is creating the first digital archive of Harper’s Bazaar, spanning 1867 through the current issue.
The University of Waikato joins the growing community of forward-thinking libraries around the world using Intota, a cloud-based library services platform.
ProQuest has signed an agreement to acquire Coutts Information Services from Ingram Content Group.
“It’s the creative power of bringing these folks together with the common goal of creating the next generation system that we’ve been talking about,” says Kevin Sayar.
The university recently made the decision to transition to ProQuest for their discovery and workflow tools to enable a smoother and more comprehensive solution for all researchers.
SIPX co-founder Franny Lee comments, "becoming a subsidiary of ProQuest will help SIPX with a key goal—enhancing the visibility of academic libraries and simplifying access to library content."
Laurie Kaplan, director of editorial operations at ProQuest, elected to NASIG office.
This new, cloud-based service is almost a hybrid between a discovery service and a database will be welcomed by students at every level of learning.
Evaluated for excellence and innovation, four of ProQuest’s content and education solutions are finalists for five 2015 SIIA CODiE Awards.