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Mapping the Geography of Print

Early European Books’ redesign includes features enabling researchers to visualize the spread of print in the 17th century.

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10 Jul 2019

How Complex This Industry Is

Highlights from Bob Nardini’s Interview with Ithaka’s Katherine Daniel.

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02 Jul 2019

How Virtual Reality Video Changes the Way People Learn

Daniel Coplon, Director of Business Development at Within, talks about VR video and how it creates deep, lasting connections for students.

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17 Jun 2019

The Value of Learning from Diverse Perspectives

How primary source content can help students, researchers and the rest of us benefit from “the wisdom of strangers.”

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11 Jun 2019

A New Way to Find DRM-Free Content

Helping Patrons Discover DRM-Free Titles Easier and Faster.

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05 Jun 2019

Bob Nardini: One Metadata Day

Bob Nardini looks at a single day of metadata for OASIS, ProQuest’s search, selection and ordering system for academic books.

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04 Jun 2019

Susan Kaufman Honored for Her Contributions to Genealogical Librarianship

A Texas-based librarian receives the 2019 William P. Filby Award for Genealogical Librarianship for her work at the Clayton Library and beyond.

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03 Jun 2019

From FOMO to AI: Roger Valade on the Rewards and Risks of Artificial Intelligence

At age 12, the ProQuest CTO set out to read every book in existence. Today, he discusses the benefits and liabilities of technology that can help people achieve such lofty goals.

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23 May 2019

New Study: What Librarians are Saying About Varied Content

According to academic librarians, more researchers rely on a variety of content types to support their work.

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22 May 2019

Rialto Development Series: An Interview with Boston University

Three librarians from Boston University speak candidly about solving the challenges that come with selection and acquisition.

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20 May 2019