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Join ProQuest and Choice/ACRL for a free webinar, where we will discuss: Around the World in 60 Minutes Without Leaving your Library! — An Exploration of Historical Collections for Today’s Researcher.

In this session, you will hear Sarah Palmer (Speaker and Trainer, ProQuest) share how how to unlock key primary source materials with History Vault modules such as the NAACP Papers, Black Freedom Struggle, Women’s Rights, World War II, Immigration, Slavery and the Law, with additional modules being added regularly!

Register today to see example assignments, and to learn how to access millions of articles to quickly find full text and images via Periodicals Archive Online, British Periodicals, American Periodicals Series, Vogue, and Women’s Wear Daily, and others!

What: Around the World in 60 Minutes Without Leaving your Library! — An Exploration of Historical Collections for Today’s Researcher

When: Wednesday, September 24 at 2:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PT) 

 

09 Sep 2014

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