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Now, Libraries Can Deliver Ebooks to Patrons Instantly

In today’s complex environment, connecting users with the content they need is more important than ever.

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13 Mar 2020

ProQuest Business Update Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Our business is operating normally and our contingency plans will help us to minimize any interruptions in the future.

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06 Mar 2020

See What’s New in ProQuest One Academic

The world’s largest multidisciplinary resource – which includes journals, videos, news, ebooks, dissertations and primary sources – just celebrated its first birthday.

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25 Feb 2020

Iran-U.S. Relations: Assessing the Future by Reviewing the Past

How the DNSA’s latest collection of declassified documents can inform research into current international tensions.

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31 Jan 2020

Editors’ Picks for Faculty (Winter Edition)

Syllabus getting stale? Shake up your class tomorrow – or next semester – with a variety of content from across the ProQuest portfolio.

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22 Jan 2020

Give the Gift of ‘Statistical Abstract,’ Recommended by The Washington Post

Have a birthday or anniversary coming up? Give the gift of statistics! Robert J. Samuelson recommends the Statistical Abstract of the United States.

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13 Jan 2020

How News Can Help Close the Skills Gap for New Graduates

Students and employers say recent grads don’t have the skills they need for the workplace. Here’s one solution.

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17 Dec 2019

New DNSA Collection Covers U.S. Policy Toward Iran from 1978-2015

New set of documents offers an unprecedented look into U.S. policy towards Iran.

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16 Dec 2019

7 Essential Reads for First-Year University Students

From poignant memoirs to award-winning fiction, Simon & Schuster recommends these ebooks for college freshmen.

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11 Dec 2019

ProQuest One Academic Voted ‘Best Interface’ by Charleston Advisor Readers

“Users have a lot of choices when it comes to research, and they want to follow the path with the least amount of friction,” says Serena Rosenhan, who leads User Experience at ProQuest. “When they find a resource that makes things easier for them…they keep coming back.”

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20 Nov 2019