ProQuest is the only ebook provider to offer a focused, aggregated subscription in the arts with anytime, anywhere access. With more than 8,500 ebooks* hand selected by librarians, this subscription supports the needs of undergraduate and graduate arts programs. ProQuest’s Arts Ebook Subscription covers topics from art, architecture, dance, design, music, performing arts, film/screen studies, and more.
*Quantities vary by country based on territorial rights at title level set by publishers.
Amsterdam University Press, Cambridge University Press, Edinburgh University Press, Hong Kong University Press, Oxford University Press, Manchester University Press, and Indiana University Press are among them.
Routledge, Rowman & Littlefield, BRILL Publishers, Cengage Learning, and Oldcastle Books including its Pocket Essentials series are among them.
This subscription includes nearly 1,200 CHOICE and RCL award winners.
“Blackwell Companions to Art History: Companion to American Art (2015),” “Designing Commercial Interiors (2016),” and “Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building (2016)” are among the Wiley titles only available in subscription through ProQuest.
Many libraries use our ebook subscriptions as their base, then strategically supplement them with titles acquired under other models such as Demand-driven Acquisition (DDA), Perpetual Access (PA), Short-term Loan (STL) and our proprietary Access-to-Own (ATO) based on usage.
All ProQuest ebook subscriptions offer unlimited access, continue to grow, and are affordably priced based on full-time equivalent students. If libraries were to purchase every title in this subscription under a single user perpetual access model it would cost more than $670,000.
This subscription is a subset of Academic Complete, which includes around 150,000 ebooks from renowned publishers including a growing number of unique Wiley titles. Trusted by libraries worldwide, Academic Complete offers complimentary technologies for driving discovery.
Ebook Central offers DRM-free chapter downloads, bookshelves, annotating and other features that enhance the research experience and improve outcomes. ProQuest is also the only ebook provider that offers both session and user-based usage data with Patron Analytics.