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From FOMO to AI: Roger Valade on the Rewards and Risks of Artificial Intelligence

At age 12, the ProQuest CTO set out to read every book in existence. Today, he discusses the benefits and liabilities of technology that can help people achieve such lofty goals.

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23 May 2019

New Study: What Librarians are Saying About Varied Content

According to academic librarians, more researchers rely on a variety of content types to support their work.

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22 May 2019

eLibrary Named a 2019 CODiE Award Finalist

Redesigned interface is a contender for EdTech award.

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09 May 2019

ProQuest One Academic 'Offers Both Substance and Style,' Says ccAdvisor

ProQuest’s newest product ranks 4.33 out of 5.

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07 May 2019

Five Great Upgrades in History – And One in the Future

Throughout time, humans have continued to search for ways to improve our lives. Here at ProQuest, we do our part by working hard to keep upgrading our products like OASIS.

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01 May 2019

2019 Pulitzer Winning News Titles from ProQuest

Students and researchers gain insight and information from award-winning coverage of current events.

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01 May 2019

Shake Up Your Syllabus This Spring

Is your syllabus getting stale? Shake up your class this spring with varied content from across the ProQuest portfolio.

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30 Apr 2019

These 10 Groundbreaking Dissertations Could Change the World

The insights published by this year’s ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award winners are already making waves beyond the University of Michigan.

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25 Apr 2019

History Vault, Newspapers and More: New Primary Sources Content in 2019

Content used by faculty and students has expanded beyond traditional academic journals to include video, ebooks – and primary sources.

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10 Apr 2019

Making the Case for Both STEM and the Humanities

How primary sources provide multidisciplinary insight and information – and why it matters across the curriculum.

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03 Apr 2019