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New Research Dispels Myths About Demand-Driven Acquisition

Nearly 450 librarians from around the world shared information with us about how they acquire books. What they said might surprise you.

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25 Jul 2018

Janus v. AFSCME and the History of Labor Unions

How do primary source documents help us better understand current events related to organized labor?

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24 Jul 2018

How Local Acts of Resistance Added Up to a Movement

Honoring Ron Walters and the sit-in student protests of the civil rights movement.

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19 Jul 2018

Who’s Using What Content – and Why?

ProQuest surveyed more than 1,300 faculty and students to learn not only what content types they use – but the reasons behind their choices.

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18 Jul 2018

Five Things You Should Know About North Korea

Decades of congressional research reports reveal the history of North Korea, its leadership and the people who live there.

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29 Jun 2018

“The Revolution Will Rise Again”

Details of the last moments of Che Guevara’s life among top secret information revealed in new DNSA collection.

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28 Jun 2018

When Unaccompanied Children Were Held at Guantanamo

In the 1990s, tens of thousands of Haitians poured into refugee camps. Most adults repatriated; scores of children were stranded.

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27 Jun 2018

ProQuest’s Statement Concerning the MLA International Bibliography Exclusivity with EBSCO


ProQuest’s Statement Concerning the MLA International Bibliography Exclusivity with EBSCO.

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26 Jun 2018

The Hidden History of Segregation in Libraries

Authors Wayne and Shirley Wiegand talk about a little-known chapter in the Civil Rights Movement.

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19 Jun 2018

“Fighting Bob” and the History of U.S. Progressivism

How digitized access to Robert La Follette’s Papers promotes insight into progressive politics, then and now.

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12 Jun 2018