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ProQuest is hosting some engaging sessions at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia on the afternoon of January 24, immediately prior to the start of the ALA Midwinter Conference. If you are attending ALA Midwinter or you are located in the surrounding area, we hope you can attend a session or two for a chance to mingle with your colleagues, hear something new, exchange ideas, and enjoy some refreshments.

Register for the sessions using the links below, and if you can’t attend one of these sessions, please visit with us at booth #1509.

ProQuest Tech Series

ProQuest Tech Series: Diving into E-book Usage; Assessing the Swell of Info

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Join Michael Levine-Clark (Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication and Collections Services, University of Denver) to learn about ebook usage, trends, and patterns on a global scale. With four years of data from ebrary and EBL, this large-scale study demonstrates trends across over 10,000 libraries of all types and sizes.

Customer Events

ProQuest Innovation Days: SummonCamp (restricted to customers only)

2:30 – 5:00 pm

SummonCamp will kick-off with a brief update from the product team on Summon 2.0 and other product developments. There will also be an opportunity to break into small groups for discussion on topics selected by the group. 

13 Jan 2014 | Posted by Scott Schuetze

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