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Bowker presents an infographic: "Presidents as Book Subjects"

Abraham Lincoln is the most popular presidential book subject.

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23 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek

Promoting Information Literacy at AASL

Last week ProQuest attended AASL’s 16th National Conference & Exhibition, where we featured the latest online resources ProQuest has to offer school libraries ― including the launch of ProQuest Research Companion!

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22 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek

Kennedy and the Civil Rights Bill

Blog post regarding American civil rights and President Kennedy, and how ProQuest Historical Newspapers can give you a window onto both the struggle and this president's role within it. Posted November 22, 2013.

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22 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek

IHS Jane’s Databases to be indexed in the Summon Service

Serials Solutions is working with IHS Inc. to expand IHS content indexed in the Summon discovery service to include IHS Jane’s modules and databases.

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21 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek

Serials Solutions® Intota™ Assessment Now Available

Intota™ Assessment, a best-in-class library collection analytics service from Serials Solutions®, is now available.

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21 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek

Infographic: The Chase (November 22, 1963)

What happened to Lee Harvey Oswald in the few minutes after he shot President Kennedy.

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21 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek

ProQuest® Intota™ Assessment Now Available

First release of the Intota library services platform delivers evidence-based data that enables libraries to make data-driven collection decisions.

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21 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek

Did Oswald’s Extreme Political Views Lead to the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy?

ProQuest History Vault includes recently declassified material relating to the Kennedy assassination.

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20 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek

ProQuest Supports Course Work!

Articles in ProQuest can be used to support teaching and course work.

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19 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek

Writing tips for National Academic Writing Month, and beyond

AcWriMo is short for Academic Writing Month, a month-long event held each November that encourages academic writers, from undergrads to professors, to zero in on better and more efficient writing, share their progress, and participate in a support network with fellow writers.

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19 Nov 2013 | Shannon Janeczek