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What Happens When Students Mix Content Types?

1,300 faculty members and students report on the impact to learning and research.

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03 Oct 2018

These 10 Titles – and 117,990 Others – Are Now DRM-Free

Ebook Central now offers more than 118,000 digital rights management (DRM)-free books. Here are 10 of them.

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28 Sep 2018

Why ProQuest Created a Database of Open-Access Content

A new initiative helps researchers discover and organize the most reliable open-access content from hundreds of global sources.

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20 Sep 2018

6 Decades of LGBT Magazines, Including The Advocate and Gay Times

Dating back to the 1950s, a new ProQuest database gives researchers access to reporting and commentary on LGBT lives, culture and events.

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19 Sep 2018

The Great Migration & Changing Seasons in the Serengeti

For the Ndutu lions in the East African plains, the time of year marks the dry season and a struggle to stay alive.

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13 Sep 2018

The Ongoing Struggle to Preserve the Ozone Layer

Four decades of successes and setbacks in protecting the layer of the atmosphere that protects us.

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11 Sep 2018

Brazilian Independence & the Birth of a Free Press

How newspapers emerged as the heart of democratic discourse in the newly independent nation.

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06 Sep 2018

King George III: More Than the “Mad King”

Research reveals the lesser known sides of a misunderstood monarch.

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23 Aug 2018

How Are Newspapers Used in Scholarly Research?

Delve into some unexpected findings on the impact of newspapers in academic research topics like public health.

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15 Aug 2018

My Mother the Librarian

A ProQuest blogger interviews a 25-year public library veteran – who also happens to be the woman who raised her.

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09 Aug 2018