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Over 1,700 full-text titles, 11,000+ Research Topics
General reference with editor-created content
Over 7 million photos, graphics, maps, websites
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Overview

eLibrary® helps simplify the research process and empowers novice researchers to more easily and efficiently choose their research topic and find authoritative information to support their research claim. It delivers one of the largest collections of periodical and digital media content editorially selected to support novice researchers. Presented on the award-winning ProQuest platform, eLibrary offers two methods of access: a custom Guided Research application, and as part of the unified platform, assuring fit-for-purpose use. The responsively-designed user interface offers access on any device at any time. and, users can cross-search eLibrary with other ProQuest databases, improving your library’s return-on-investment.

More than 11,000 editor-created Research Topics pages deliver the essential elements on a vast array of people, places, historical events and eras, literary genres, current events, broad curricular themes and much more. Editor’s Picks and Trending Topics make it easier to explore appropriate subject matter and get started. Researchers can access primary and scholarly sources, and all content is in 100% full text. 1,700+ magazines, newspapers, transcripts and digitized reference book content, more than seven million images, maps, websites, videos and interactive simulations, all expertly curated by ProQuest editors.

Intuitive user interface

Clear, highly visual and easy-to-navigate; helps guide users to their research topic and supporting evidence.

Workflow integration

Email documents, cross-search with other ProQuest resources, connect and share with Google Drive and Google Classroom, export citations.

Media-rich content

High-quality images, streaming video clips, interactive graphics and online content that demonstrate concepts through seeing and doing.

Usability and differentiated learning

Support all users with Lexile reading levels, text-to-speech, language translation, and educational standards alignment, which make it easier for students from a variety of skill levels to research a topic successfully.

Support & Training

ProQuest offers best-in-class customer service, technical support, and training so you can hit the ground running with your ProQuest products and leverage everything they can do.

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