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10 Reasons Why Journalism is Alive and Well in Academia

Reading the newspaper

Blog post detailing the debate on whether journalism will thrive or die as an offshoot of a 2015 ProQuest study on researchers’ use of news resources. Posted March 22, 2016.

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22 Mar 2016

Boosting the Power of Ebooks for Librarians and Researchers

Student in the library using a tablet

Recently, ProQuest launched ProQuest Ebook Central™.

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15 Mar 2016

Once Upon a Time…Researchers use News to Capture Imagination

Reading the newspaper

In academic research, the use of news content as a primary source has become the second most relied upon type of content after scholarly journals.

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15 Mar 2016

Ebook Central Speaks Your Language

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We’ve been working hard to translate Ebook Central to your native language, and we’re pleased to announce the release of 9 newly supported languages.

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10 Mar 2016

ProQuest and the USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive

A landmark partnership brings the USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive to ProQuest.

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09 Mar 2016

Instant Second Opinion for Medical Researchers and Students

Doctor

ProQuest will now distribute BMJ Best Practice as a subscription to academic institutions in North America.

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08 Mar 2016

Take the Pledge for Parity on International Women’s Day

Protest for women's rights

Blog post marking the 105th celebration of International Women’s Day by leaders of the feminist movement around the world. Written by Rachel Hally, Senior Product Manager, ProQuest, and posted on March 7, 2016.

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07 Mar 2016

“Tireless, dynamic and courageous” ─ The Women Leaders of the NAACP

Ruby Hurley

Blog post regarding women who played an important role in the NAACP, as well as the larger civil rights movement. Written by Daniel Lewis, ProQuest Senior Product Manager, and posted on February 29, 2016.

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29 Feb 2016

A “Galaxy of Brilliant Stars” in Black History

The Pittsburgh Courier, Feb 24, 1934

Blog post regarding Carter G. Woodson, Black History Month and understanding black history and culture through newspapers. Written by Matthew Delmont, Associate Professor of History at Arizona State University and posted on February 25, 2016.

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25 Feb 2016

The Supreme Court Nomination Process…there’s a Dissertation for that!

Supreme Court of the United States

Examining the importance of the Supreme Court nomination process.

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24 Feb 2016