On the heels of its acclaimed resurrection of the Statistical Abstract of the United States, ProQuest will debut two major data resources in 2013.
ProQuest is arming researchers studying the history of art and architecture with a comprehensive digital archive of the magazines considered the most accurate 20th-century chronicles of these disciplines.
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The database and information giant ProQuest is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Eugene Power’s landmark project to capture the books indexed in the British Libraries’ Short Title Catalog on microfilm.
The information and database provider ProQuest sadi Tuesday that it has completed its acquisition of Ebook Library, significantly expanding its e-book delivery and aggregation capabilities with libraries worldwide.
ForeSee, the global leader in technology-driven customer experience analytics, today announced that the Ann Arbor database and information publisher ProQuest is using ForeSee’s customer experience analytics solution to measure and analyze the customer experience on its research portal used by academics around the globe.
The information and database provider ProQuest made several announcements Thursday, including opening its most popular databases free to libraries April 11-20, during National Library Week.
ProQuest is streamlining research by enabling Ebrary and ProQuest content to be discovered within a single search. Now, researchers can surface e-books side-by-side with relevant reports, videos, journal and newspaper articles and more in one step.
ProQuest is digitizing more than 15,000 dissertations from premier European universities, providing broad, online access to these works for the first time.
Ann Arbor-based ProQuest announce Monday that it is expanding its selection of historical news content as the global distributor to libraries and other institutions for NewspaperArchive.com, a 130 million-page database that captures coverage from local newspapers throughout North America, the U.K., and select countries from 1607 to the present.