Korean Education and Research Information Service (KERIS), a consortium with 300 members, expands its holdings of scholarly periodicals from ProQuest.
Periodicals Archive Online connects researchers to a rich digital archive of leading historical periodicals, spanning more than two centuries of scholarship in the humanities and social sciences. The ability to search across all of these journals simultaneously allows researchers to uncover valuable material and insights in subject areas and publications that they might not otherwise explore, thereby helping to increase unique research output.
The purchase of Collection 2 provides access to 100 additional titles that comprise more than 500,000 articles, covering 30 key subject areas and 12 languages.
“This addition to our ProQuest collection illustrates our continued commitment to providing our universities with important research resources in humanities and social sciences, and represents a key academic asset for our country. This shared access sponsored by KERIS enables institutions of all sizes to benefit from this permanent digital archive and increases our return on investment,” said D.H. Son, director, academic research information division, KERIS. “Our members highly value the marketing and training support they receive from ProQuest. Attention to end-user satisfaction and providing key user statistics further demonstrates the value delivered by ProQuest.”
“Working with KERIS is a collaborative effort and ensures we provide the best solution for meeting the requirements of its members to improve researchers and librarians outcomes,” said Boe Horton, vice president sales, Asia Pacific region, ProQuest. “We understand the unique attributes of large consortia and recognize the importance of promoting and improving library resource sharing among Korean universities.”
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