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360 Core

Increase efficiency and eliminate duplicate processes by organizing, managing and providing basic access to e-serials and e-book holdings through an affordable and basic set of functions available through 360 Core.

360 Counter

Simplify e-resource usage assessment by leveraging technology to streamline workflows, reduce the effort to aggregate and report usage statistics, generate specific reports, and obtain details you need to make better decisions.

360 Link

360 Link provides the best and easiest access to full-text content. Whether searching in a discovery service or another resource, 360 Link will meet a user’s research needs and instill confidence with its superior linking and simplicity.

360 MARC Updates

Efficiently maintain and update accurate e-serials and ebooks records, and make it possible for patrons to discover electronic resources in your library’s OPAC, through the 360 MARC Updates records service.

360 Resource Manager

Take advantage of a full-featured ERM to centrally track and organize subscription data, communicate efficiently and streamline workflows, improve decision making, and serve your library’s patrons and mission.

360 Search

Federated search gives your users a single search box for finding the multiple resources that your library offers. With one query, it combs your OPAC and various local holdings, and includes them in a single set of relevant results.

ABI/INFORM® Collection

Click here for the home of the ABI/INFORM Collection. For research in all areas of business and economics, the ABI/INFORM Collection contains full-text scholarly and trade journal articles, dissertations, company profiles, industry reports, working papers, global business news, and more.

ABI/INFORM® Dateline

ABI/INFORM Dateline is the local and regional complement to ABI/INFORM.

ABI/INFORM® Global

Quickly connects users with more of the scholarly information that they need to conduct scholarly research, including journals, news, dissertations, working papers, reports, and more.

ABI/INFORM® Trade & Industry

ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry is an industry-focused complement to ABI/INFORM

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ProQuest Dissertation and Theses Dissemination takes responsibility for preserving and disseminating graduate research for our university and college partners.

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Colonialism and Conflict: Colonial State Papers and British Periodicals (Part 2: British Periodicals)

Over 350 years of British colonial activity and its associated conflicts are documented in two ProQuest historical collections — Colonial State Papers and British Periodicals. The former presents documents pertaining to the administration of Britain’s North American colonies during the period 1583-1757, while the latter features reporting, discussion, and analysis of the myriad aspects of British colonialism from the late-17th through to the 20th centuries.

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Colonialism and Conflict: Colonial State Papers and British Periodicals (Part 1: Colonial State Papers)

Part one of a two-part blog series. Over 350 years of British colonial activity and its associated conflicts are documented in two ProQuest historical collections — Colonial State Papers and British Periodicals. The former presents documents pertaining to the administration of Britain’s North American colonies during the period 1583-1757, while the latter features reporting, discussion, and analysis of the myriad aspects of British colonialism from the late-17th through to the 20th centuries.

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