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Linked print and electronic titles
Automated electronic and print format

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Overview

To seamlessly link print and electronic titles, ProQuest offers an integrated approval plan for both. ProQuest offers a fully automated service that allows libraries to establish electronic and print format preferences by subject and publisher—even accounting for different release dates. This service supports tying approval plans to Demand-driven Acquisition programs and is managed through OASIS, which integrates print and ebooks.

Offers seamless title integration

Approval plans are conveniently managed through OASIS, which integrates print and ebooks.

Saves time

Tie approval plans to patron selection programs to save time acquiring the content that meets your users’ needs.

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