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Editors’ Picks for Faculty…Content for Next Semester's Syllabus

Dolores Huerta documentary, Dr. Jill Biden’s dissertation, artificial intelligence, global health and more.

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19 Nov 2020

An Open Resource for the Study of Black History in the U.S.

Introducing the Black Freedom Struggle website, a selection of primary source documents for teaching and learning about the pursuit of civil rights.

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13 Nov 2020

Preserving Access to Dawson Ebooks

ProQuest supports libraries impacted by the devastating shutdown of the Dawsonera platform.

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12 Nov 2020

‘Partners in the Learning Process’ – Thoughts from a Librarian with a (Nearly) 30-Year Career

“We can expand beyond the walls of our building and extend our reach to become more accessible to students,” says Scott Drone-Silvers.

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05 Nov 2020

Editors’ Picks for Faculty…Videos and Primary Sources for Distance Learning

Stanley Milgram’s “Obedience,” Bessie Coleman, Smallpox, Masculinities Studies and more.

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04 Nov 2020

You Can’t Predict…But You Can Prepare

As the necessity for online resources soars in support of remote and hybrid learning, librarians are feeling the pressure. Help build a library that works for every researcher – even in times of uncertainty.

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29 Oct 2020

A Conversation with Three Global Health Pioneers

Partners In Health founders discuss COVID-19, healthcare in developing countries, and the power of film.

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23 Oct 2020

Malaysian University’s Shift to Ebooks Results in 93% Usage

ProQuest’s E Now program helped UTAR make quick decisions on content acquisition and reduced stress for the library staff.

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08 Oct 2020

How Title Matching Helped Meet Evolving Student Needs

When a series of challenges – including the COVID-19 pandemic – struck San Diego State University’s library, ProQuest had solutions.

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24 Sep 2020

Nixon, Ford’s Daily Intelligence Briefs Provide a Fascinating Look into a Tumultuous U.S. Era

Now declassified, these briefs were once called “the most highly sensitized classified document[s] in the government.”

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15 Sep 2020