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09 April 2024

ProQuest One Education is the new “go-to” for research and learning

Content and technology combine to drive student and researcher success in a fast-changing discipline

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01 April 2024

Supporting a more sustainable future with ebooks

ProQuest enables libraries to confidently build collections that support burgeoning needs for research, learning and career prep in sustainability

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20 March 2024

Unlocking U.K. research excellence: Key insights from the Research Professional News Live summit

Discover pivotal insights shaping the landscape of U.K. research shared at the second Research Professional News Live summit. From discussions on REF2029 to the

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14 March 2024

For better insights, assess research performance at the department level

Three ways Clarivate is closing information gaps and establishing reliable data for improved decision-makingTo win more funding and plan a course for the futur

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12 March 2024

What are college music students studying and why?

Alexander Street, part of Clarivate, expands partnership with a faculty and student favorite: Boosey & Hawkes

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08 March 2024

Getting the Full Picture: Institutional unification in the Web of Science

Originally published October 20, 2016. Updated March 8, 2024In the sprawling and complex world of research, attribution matters. Individual researchers, teams

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07 March 2024

Four ways libraries are using “title matching” to improve collection development

The Title Matching Fast service has become a collection development best practice by efficiently aligning print holdings with electronic content

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05 March 2024

How libraries are helping students gain skills for career success

By leveraging resources such as O'Reilly for Higher Education, libraries can help students navigate a dynamic job market and stay ahead in their future careers

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29 February 2024

ProQuest®, part of Clarivate™, launches AI-powered research assistant

In collaboration with its community of educators, ProQuest marks a milestone in trusted academic research

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16 February 2024

2024 Journal Citation Reports: Changes in Journal Impact Factor category rankings to enhance transparency and inclusivity

New – unified rankings for each of our 229 science and social science categories; no Journal Impact Factor (JIF)™ rankings for the arts and humanities categories

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07 February 2024

How libraries can support the growing interest in public health degrees

New Ebook Central collection from ProQuest, part of Clarivate, helps researchers delve into topics such as epidemiology, digital health and healthcare ethics

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07 February 2024

How personal stories humanize history

New resource Women’s & Gender Studies from ProQuest, part of Clarivate, is an accessible resource that helps students engage with history through primary sources

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29 January 2024

New Web of Science Grants Index helps researchers develop more targeted grant proposals

Competition for funding is tough and researchers need help to make their grant applications stand out. The Web of Science™ Grants Index from Clarivate™ helps re

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25 January 2024

How libraries can build ethical Indigenous book collections

How libraries can build ethical Indigenous book collections

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19 January 2024

Three ways research offices can lead researchers to more funding

Over half of research office leaders say researchers are disengaged. How can you close the gap to win more funding?In late 2023, Research Professional™ News, a

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07 December 2023

Discovering new insights from early-career scholarship through the addition of >172M linked cited references from ProQuest dissertations and theses on the Web of Science

Students and researchers can easily locate new sources of research on diverse topics with the enriched ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Citation Index, as we

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28 November 2023

Tenth Annual “Research Fronts Report” Highlights Hot and Emerging Fields

To highlight fast-moving and emerging specialty areas of science, Clarivate™ has once again partnered with the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in a yearly rep

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27 November 2023

Research office leaders say funding and societal impact are biggest priorities

A new global survey captures community challenges and views on the future of research A new report from Research ProfessionalTM News, an editorially independen

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16 November 2023

Empowering research institutions to navigate an evolving landscape: Introducing our new academic research council

A 15-member advisory group explores the future of researchThe academic community is confronting a rising tide of challenges, from dwindling funding success rat

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15 November 2023

Highly Cited Researchers 2023: The evolution of our evaluation and selection policy to support a robust scholarly landscape

Every year, the unveiling of the Highly Cited Researchers™ list sparks anticipation within the global research community as both researchers and their affiliate

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13 November 2023

Empowering learning through documentaries

Adding the right film to the classroom can lead to more student success

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07 November 2023

Bringing Generative AI to the Web of Science

Generative AI presents enormous opportunities to transform how scientific and scholarly research is carried out. Faced with the pressure to publish, a more comp

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31 October 2023

Exploring China’s research landscape and its future direction

Our latest Global Research Report from the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)™ charts China’s research trajectory and its path of growth, quality and in

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30 October 2023

Five top tips for advancing DEI in research environments

Academic experts share how they’re shifting the cultural dial in favor of diversity, equity and inclusionThere is now widespread acknowledgement that diversity

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16 October 2023

Researchers text mine newspapers to reveal new insights

Text and Data Mining methods like Natural Language Processing allow researchers to extract insights from unstructured data and provide new avenues for exploration

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05 October 2023

Fostering trust through transparent peer review: A discussion with experts for Peer Review Week 2023

Clarivate hosted a panel discussion focused on advances in transparent peer review that can help mitigate some of the challenges around peer review manipulation

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02 October 2023

Supporting student mental health: A guide for academic librarians

Supporting student mental health: A guide for academic librarians

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28 September 2023

New ‘LibLists’ leverages the strength of library collaboration

ProQuest, part of Clarivate, enables librarians to share their collection curation expertise with peers

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20 September 2023

Climate change and its impact on displaced people

As research expands beyond natural sciences, academic library collections must explore and document the human aspect of climate change

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19 September 2023

Researchers of Nobel class: Citation Laureates 2023

The Citation Laureates™ 2023 list has been announced, recognizing a select group of influential, highly cited researchers whose contributions are on par with No

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18 September 2023

Clarivate announces the inaugural Eugene Garfield Memorial Lecture

Dr. Henry Small will deliver the lecture to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his groundbreaking paper on co-citation in scientific literature.To commemorat

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07 September 2023

Gain new perspectives on global research: Unveiling the dynamic G20 scorecard from ISI

We are proud to introduce fresh insights into measuring global research performance via our dynamic G20 scorecard for 2023, newly enhanced with online data visu

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03 August 2023

Navigating research challenges through collaboration and Equity

Trends point to growing interest by major funding organizations in international collaborative research. Understanding the funding landscape can make bid succes

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02 August 2023

Solving time crunch and profile challenges for researchers

How librarians can relieve administrative burdens and drive researcher effectivenessIn today’s fast-paced world of research, time has become an increasingly sc

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01 August 2023

How primary sources help students challenge conventional thinking

Redefine hard history using primary source collections that support the studies of marginalized communities

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27 July 2023

Maximize Collection Management at your Library: the Power of Citation Analysis + Integrated Evaluation Tools

Citation analysis is a data-driven method that enhances library collection management – enhanced by new integrated tools .

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13 July 2023

Better Together: ProQuest’s vast collection of >5.5million post graduate dissertations and theses now discoverable on Web of Science

Clarivate provides researchers with a more holistic and comprehensive view of the scholarly landscape within a single platform with the integration of discovery

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30 June 2023

Why declassified documents are a gateway to historical insights

Learn how access to declassified documents as primary sources for teaching and learning is facilitated through a partnership with the National Security Archive

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29 June 2023

Choose a video streaming service that drives student success

With the right service, libraries can support faculty with content that improves the student learning experience.

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28 June 2023

Unveiling the Journal Citation Reports 2023: Supporting research integrity with trusted tools and data

In the 2023 release of our Journal Citation Reports, we have taken significant additional steps to foster research integrity in the Web of Science. This is part

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21 June 2023

From simple metrics to transformative intelligence: Unleashing the power of visual research profiles

Our latest Global Research Report from the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)™, Unpacking research profiles: Moving beyond metrics, is our second report

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05 June 2023

How U.S. universities can improve limited submission processes

Research administrators provide real-world recommendations on optimizing limited submission opportunities in the U.S. The number of new U.S. government limited

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18 May 2023

Building trust through transparency: Our pledge to provide more clarity around Web of Science journal coverage

As part of our on-going commitment to research integrity, we recently shared that we planned to investigate how we can provide greater transparency regarding wh

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17 May 2023

How print publications shaped celebrity culture

Discover how print publications shaped our fascination with celebrities

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27 April 2023

Exploring the impact of globalization on research in the United States

Our latest Global Research Report from the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)™, “U.S. research trends: The impact of globalization and collaboration,” r

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26 April 2023

How libraries can power Black studies

Resources that help Gen Z better understand an issue they care about

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20 April 2023

A primer on ties in the JCR

As announced in March, we have several enhancements coming in the 2023 Journal Citation Reports (JCR)™ release. One change is that we will display the Journal I

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18 April 2023

Why multidisciplinary databases are the library’s ’Swiss Army Knife’

Investing in a single resource that can serve a wide range of users saves academic libraries time and money

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30 March 2023

Three timesaving ways for research offices to connect faculty with funding opportunities

When challenges threatened to prevent Lori Ciccone, UNLV Executive Director, Office of Sponsored Programs and her team from meeting the expectations of faculty

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28 March 2023

New resource guide on reproductive justice helps us examine its past and think critically about its future

This complex issue is better understood when students and researchers have historical context

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24 March 2023

How to create meaningful digital learning experiences for Gen Z

Clarivate user experience (UX) designers Lane Bowman and Christie Heitkamp share the defining characteristics of Gen Z and Gen Alpha

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20 March 2023

Supporting integrity of the scholarly record: Our commitment to curation and selectivity in the Web of Science

We have the important responsibility of providing our customers with trustworthy intelligence to help them transform the world for the better. The need for high

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
07 March 2023

Mapping the path to future changes in the Journal Citation Reports

In July 2022, I shared our plans to extend the Journal Impact Factor (JIF)™ to all journals in the Web of Science Core Collection™ from June 2023. This means th

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
01 March 2023

How to take an evidence-based approach to building a scholarly community

International research collaboration is critical to scientific discovery. Just as the research landscape grows in complexity, the landscape of collaboration con

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
22 February 2023

Three academic libraries share how they are adapting to change and disruption with ease

How a new approach to monograph acquisition saved time, increased transparency and improved morale

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10 February 2023

How Gen Z is shaping the higher ed learning environment

A new generation of young adults is challenging the traditional classroom model and using adversity to fuel personal growth

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09 February 2023

Exploring the evolution of jazz through Music Online: The Qwest TV Collection

Read about an exciting new collection that allows researchers to explore the evolution of jazz through streaming video — experiencing the power of live performances.

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
09 February 2023

The Preprint Citation Index: linking preprints to the trusted Web of Science ecosystem

After many months of planning, we are launching the Preprint Citation Index™, a multidisciplinary collection of preprints from leading repositories that helps r

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19 January 2023

What American university research leaders need to know to participate in the CHIPS Act

The CHIPS Act presents a compelling opportunity for American research universities to collaborate in a nationwide initiative to produce innovation and chip manu

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
03 January 2023

Research Fronts 2022 highlights hot and emerging fields, including vaccine hesitancy, ‘mega-fires’ and asteroids [Report]

To highlight fast-moving and emerging specialty areas of science, Clarivate™ has once again partnered with the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) on a special rep

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
15 December 2022

Sustainable logistics are key to a sustainable future

Logistics is currently one of the bottlenecks to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Through careful planning, c

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
18 November 2022

How libraries can engage Gen Z students

By understanding Gen Z students’ priorities, respecting their preferences and meeting them where they are, librarians and faculty at colleges and universities

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
18 November 2022

Clarivate releases Annual G20 Scorecard of research performance for 2022

To coincide with the 17th G20 Heads of State and Government Summit taking place in Bali, Clarivate has released its Annual G20 Scorecard – Research Performance

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
15 November 2022

Highly Cited Researchers 2022: Using deeper qualitative analysis to help spot research misconduct

Today we reveal our annual list of Highly Cited Researchers. This year we recognize 6,938 scientists and social scientists who demonstrate significant and broad

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
14 November 2022

Climate change education platform highlights Web of Science data at COP27

At Clarivate™, sustainability is at the heart of everything we do, and this includes research supporting climate change mitigation. As part of this commitment,

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
04 November 2022

Four steps for writing a great science biography

Assemble all the information you need for a winning research paper in under an hour

Blogs, Academic, Librarian, Student/Researcher
26 October 2022

Renewable energy: Strategizing a better, more sustainable world [Report]

The world’s sustainability challenges provided the impetus for our new report, A study of energy in transition: the role of research and innovation in the world

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
27 September 2022

Highly Cited Researchers tackle SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation

Water is essential to survival and yet extreme, less predictable weather conditions are affecting its availability in many regions. In our blog series about Hig

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
22 September 2022

Four tips to elevate your library despite budget cuts and strained resources

Consolidate, automate and analyze to do more with less

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
21 September 2022

Citation Laureates 2022: Nobel class researchers who are changing the world

Clarivate™ draws on Web of Science™ publication and citation data to produce an annual list of Citation Laureates™ – researchers of Nobel class whose high-impac

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
20 September 2022

The current state of open peer review

Openness and transparency are essential to creating trust in the peer review process. With research integrity being the theme of this year’s Peer Review Week, w

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
15 September 2022

Five ocean research topics to inspire your next paper [guide for students]

Writing a great research paper is easier when you have a timely and focused topic. Our latest Global Research Report on ocean health by the Institute for Scient

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12 September 2022

How to write research papers that impress your professors

Follow five essential steps to build your foundation for success

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
01 September 2022

Gender equality in research: papers and projects by Highly Cited Researchers

Empowering women and girls is a critical target of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In this installment of our blog series about Highly

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
25 August 2022

What defines the next wave of GenZers entering higher education?

How technology, politics and lockdowns have shaped a generation within a generation.

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
18 August 2022

Editor Picks for Faculty… New Content for the New Semester

Fast Food, Water Issues, Masculinity and more

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty
18 August 2022

The next generation of Web of Science Researcher Profiles

From today, we’re pleased to announce that Web of Science™ Researcher Profiles is improved with new features for tracking your publications, citation metrics, p

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
10 August 2022

Highly Cited Papers in SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

In this latest update to our ongoing blog series, we look at research contributing to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a specific fo

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
27 July 2022

Ocean research report: emerging topics and opportunities

A new Global Research Report from the Institute for Scientific Information identifies the trends, challenges and opportunities in ocean science. Our ocean resea

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
26 July 2022

Ex Libris Launches Māori User Interface for Alma and Primo

Library systems support the resurgence of a once-vanishing language

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
26 July 2022

Announcing changes to the 2023 Journal Citation Reports

Starting from the 2023 JCR release, Journal Impact Factors will be expanded to all Web of Science Core Collection journals including arts and humanities.Today

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
21 July 2022

Research integrity: five tips for authors, editors and reviewers

The Web of Science™ is taking steps to help the research community better understand research integrity. In this blog post, we discuss our free courses in the W

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
08 July 2022

June 2022 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public library patrons looked for in June 2022

Blogs
29 June 2022

How to find the right journal for your research (using actual data)

Want to help your research flourish? We share tips for using publisher-neutral data and statistics to find the right journal for your research paper.The right

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
28 June 2022

Journal Citation Reports 2022: COVID-19 research continues to drive increased citation impact

Today we release the 2022 update to the annual Journal Citation Reports (JCR)™. This year’s release demonstrates the enormous impact the COVID-19 pandemic has h

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21 June 2022

Loud and Proud: How Academic and Public Libraries Are Working to Amplify LGBTQ+ Voices

Loud and Proud: How Academic and Public Libraries Are Working to Amplify LGBTQ+ Voices

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty, Librarian
21 June 2022

Journal Citation Reports 2022: A preview

Each year, the Journal Citation Reports™ (JCR) release provides a summary of the network of scholarly citations from the prior year of Web of Science™ coverage.

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
14 June 2022

May 2022 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public library patrons looked for in May 2022

Blogs
14 June 2022

Global collaboration for climate change prevention

In this blog, we explore the collaborative effort of researchers in mitigating the negative effects of climate change. We further explain the main takeaways rai

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
26 May 2022

Literature review: your definitive guide

This is our ultimate guide on how to write a narrative literature review. It forms part of our Research Smarter series. How do you write a narrative literature

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
19 May 2022

The future of research in Ukraine is under threat

There are more than 65,000 early career researchers in Ukraine. In this blog post, we spotlight the young scientists in the country and the disciplines in which

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
10 May 2022

Highly Cited Researchers tackle health, wellbeing and education

Highly Cited Researchers™ are making a significant impact in sustainability research, with many doing outstanding work towards the United Nations’ Sustainabilit

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
09 May 2022

6 ways to use your campus app to help reduce student exam stress

Making learning and support resources more accessible can help students who struggle during exam season

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
07 May 2022

3 Key Insights on Student Library Usage

Students “love” their libraries – but there’s room for improvement in supporting course success

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
04 May 2022

April 2022 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public library patrons looked for in April 2022

Blogs
21 April 2022

Ukraine: innovation, tech and cutting-edge research

Ukraine has a rich history when it comes to scientific innovation, from physics to life sciences, chemistry and engineering. In this blog, part of a new series

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
14 April 2022

Ukrainian research contributions to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

At Clarivate™, we are committed to supporting the researcher community in Ukraine, including displaced researchers, during and beyond ongoing attacks on the cou

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
11 April 2022

March 2022 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public-library patrons looked for in March 2022

Blogs
06 April 2022

Peer review templates, expert examples and free training courses

Learning how to write a constructive peer review is an essential step in helping to safeguard the quality and integrity of published literature. Read on for res

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
05 April 2022

Banned and challenged books in U.S. schools (and what librarians can do about it)

With legislation empowering parents to pull books from school shelves, public library collections become more essential.

Blogs, Academic, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian
17 March 2022

Highly Cited Researchers address the Sustainable Development Goals

Highly Cited Researchers are making a significant impact in sustainability research. In this blog post, we put a spotlight on those focusing on the first two Su

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
08 March 2022

February 2022 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public-library patrons looked for in February 2022

Blogs
08 March 2022

Celebrating Highly Cited Researchers: National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Clarivate Highly Cited Researchers™ are based at more than 1,300 institutions across the globe. In this interview series, we find out how various institutions s

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
03 March 2022

January 2022 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public-library patrons looked for in January 2022

Blogs
10 February 2022

2021 Innovation in South and Southeast Asia [REPORT]

As the pandemic persisted throughout 2021, organizations worldwide had to adapt and innovate. Download our report for insights into the South and Southeast Asia

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
03 February 2022

A more sustainable future for all: Introducing the UN Sustainable Development Goals in InCites

Introducing new functionality within InCites Benchmarking and Analytics, allowing users to search and evaluate according to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
28 January 2022

No More Choosing Between Textbooks and Pants: How Cutting-Edge Solutions are Moving Libraries Forward in the Digital Age

Innovations in resource sharing, controlled digital lending and more

Blogs, Academic, Administrator, Librarian
28 January 2022

Indian School of Business is First in India to Choose ProQuest TDM Studio for Text and Data Mining

Researchers with and without coding experience can transform massive datasets into insights and discoveries

Blogs, Academic, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian
21 January 2022

“Justice Not Charity”: A History of the Blind Marches

Disability studies are on the rise but resources to support teaching, research and learning in this area can be difficult to find.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
19 January 2022

Celebrating Highly Cited Researchers: Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea

Highly Cited Researchers™ are based at more than 1,300 institutions. We interviewed institutions to find out how they support their Highly Cited Researchers to

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian
18 January 2022

Significant Enhancements Made Available to Summon Customers

New features and functionality come during a surge of interest in and adoption of Summon

Blogs, Academic, Administrator, Librarian
14 January 2022

Libraries Empower Researchers to Take on Today’s Global Challenges

ProQuest can provide critical tools and resources so researchers can focus on what matters: their research.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Government, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian
13 January 2022

Library Thought Leader Bob Nardini Retires after 40-Year Career

From resident volcano expert to approval plan designer, Nardini has held just about every role the profession has to offer

Blogs, Academic, Public, Faculty, Librarian
07 January 2022

Explore Freely Available Resource Guides on History Research Topics

Civil rights, 9/11, plagues and more

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
06 January 2022

December 2021 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public-library patrons looked for in December 2021

Blogs
23 December 2021

Top Syndetics Unbound Titles of 2021

Syndetics Unbound's year-end "Top Titles" list for all of 2021!

Blogs
15 December 2021

How Libraries Can Engage Every Student

Research shows that engaged students perform better…and libraries play a central role in ensuring their long-term success

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian
14 December 2021

Introducing Quicklinks – It’s All About Convenience

New feature provides users with a simple one-click-to-full-text experience from the result list in Primo and in Summon

Blogs, Academic, Administrator, Librarian
13 December 2021

Caitlin Cornell and Denisa Jashari Win 2021 CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Awards

Bestowed annually since 1982, the awards recognize recent doctoral recipients who have already made unusually significant and original contributions to their fields

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
09 December 2021

Calgary Herald Archive Named an Outstanding Academic Title

Canadian newspaper archive makes Choice Magazine’s prestigious 2021 list; review cites benefits of archive to Indigenous researchers

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
03 December 2021

November 2021 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public-library patrons looked for in November 2021

Blogs
30 November 2021

Four Essential Steps to Building Effective, Affordable e-Collections

Where to start and what to focus on when you’re making the shift to e-content

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
23 November 2021

A Small Library Modernizes its Services During the Pandemic

How Mary Immaculate College upgraded to Alma at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Administrator, Librarian
17 November 2021

Editor Picks for Faculty... November 2021 Issue

Explore content on Indigenous Peoples, as well as artificial intelligence, mental health policy and more

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty
10 November 2021

The State of Academic Libraries: Unique Perspectives from Today’s Library Leaders

Budgets, DEI, remote learning: Charleston Conference panel tackles key issues surfaced by library survey

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
10 November 2021

Appreciating Smaller Publishers: From Four-Letter Words to Social Justice, The Story of Akashic Books

A publishing house founded by a former punk-rocker is now known for its unusual themes, dark humor and unwavering support for diverse writers

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
08 November 2021

Editors’ Picks for Nursing Faculty

Trends in nursing education, skills, theory, mental health and more

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty
05 November 2021

Behind the ‘Squid Game’ Phenomenon

A look at the economics, politics and culture behind the wildly popular Korean dystopian thriller, Squid Game

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
03 November 2021

October 2021 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public library patrons looked for in October 2021.

Blogs
02 November 2021

Religion, Women’s Rights, Violence, Grief: Just a Few of the Themes Explored in Groundbreaking ‘Purple Sage’ Documentary

‘Riders of the Purple Sage: The Making of a Western Opera’ takes viewers through the process of bringing new life to a 110-year-old Zane Grey novel

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
29 October 2021

Research is a Multistep Process that Takes Practice

Why Professor Jill Jensen assigns ProQuest Historical Newspapers to business students at the University of Redlands

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian
26 October 2021

ProQuest One Business, Rapido and Pivot-RP Honored in Charleston Advisor’s ‘Readers’ Choice’ Awards

Business resource named ‘Best New Product’ in magazine’s annual awards issue

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Corporate, Government, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian
22 October 2021

Axe Murders, Dead Relatives and Disembodied Music: The World’s Creepiest Dissertations

Scratch your Halloween itch by diving into the dark side of academic research

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
18 October 2021

Appreciating Smaller Publishers: Aboriginal Studies Press

Learn about a publisher devoted to telling the stories of Australia’s Aboriginal peoples

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
12 October 2021

Joy: ‘A Revolutionary Act in the Face of Despair’

Experts talk about creating happiness in Mission: JOY panel discussion

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
11 October 2021

Are Magic Mushrooms the Answer to the Mental Health Crisis

Exploring the benefits and challenges of integrating psychedelics into traditional mental health treatments

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
05 October 2021

How Improved ILL Services Benefit Students, Faculty and Library Staff

Bethany Sewell, Access Services and Reference Librarian, on the ways implementing RapidILL at The College of New Jersey saves time and money

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
05 October 2021

Dissertations: A Key Resource for Indigenous Studies

Reliable resources for authentic insights and information from Indigenous communities to support diversity, equity and inclusion in teach and learning.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
05 October 2021

Three Ways to Elevate Your Library with Interlibrary Loan

RapidILL gives library users access to collections that are broader, deeper and of higher quality than ever before

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian
28 September 2021

6 Reasons Illinois Central College Loves Leganto

A look at ICC’s transition to a course-resource solution for improved teaching and learning

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian
27 September 2021

Three Ways to Elevate Your Library with Course Resource Management

Leganto leverages library collections, expertise and services to improve the teaching and learning experience of both academic staff and students

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian
22 September 2021

Equitable Access to World-Class Performances

National Theatre Collection: Volume II brings the very best of British theatre into the classroom – whether in person or online

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
16 September 2021

Appreciating Smaller Publishers: Saqi Books

The story behind one of the leading publishers of books on the Middle East and North Africa

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
15 September 2021

Editor Picks for Faculty… Back to School Issue

The Dalai Lama, Cryptocurrency, Shirley Jackson, Led Zeppelin and more

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty
10 September 2021

Art, Entertainment and Healing After 9/11

How music, poetry and comedy helped Americans find the way forward following an unthinkable tragedy

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Corporate, Government, Public, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
10 September 2021

The Books of Summer

It was a season of hot, fun, sometimes escapist reads.

Blogs
08 September 2021

Lancaster University Supports Early-Career Academics with a Global Vision

How a top UK institution built a worldwide audience for its research and better foundation for its students

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
03 September 2021

Bavarian State Library Modernizes its Services with Alma

The library’s long-awaited transition to the cloud will increase efficiencies and improve the user experience

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
01 September 2021

The 20th Anniversary of 9/11: Resources for Teaching and Learning

Explore a curated list of resources for faculty, students and teachers studying the September 11 attacks

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
27 August 2021

Introducing Bowker Book Data

Introducing the new Bowker Book Data website

Blogs
27 August 2021

Making History – Again – at the University of Tulsa Library

A 120-year-old institution modernized collections and discovery services by partnering with ProQuest

Blogs, Academic, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian
24 August 2021

All Together Now: The Benefits of Pairing Ebooks with Video

Give your students unique perspectives on important classroom and research topics

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
20 August 2021

Managing, Accessing, and Using Course Materials

Survey reveals opportunities for libraries to collaborate with faculty, reduce cost of course materials and contribute to student retention

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
20 August 2021

Resource Sharing: What Will We Keep from the Pandemic?

Librarians share their experiences and predictions in a Library Journal and ProQuest-sponsored panel

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
19 August 2021

July 2021 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public library patrons looked for in July 2021.

Blogs
06 August 2021

Editors’ Picks for Business Faculty

Random walks, green brands, women in leadership and more

Blogs, Academic, Faculty
05 August 2021

The Summer Olympics: Remembering Jesse Owens

How students can develop a deeper understanding of world and US history by exploring the phenomenal athlete of the 1936 games

Blogs, Academic, Public, Faculty, Librarian, Student/Researcher
05 August 2021

ProQuest One Business is “Sleek and Intuitive,” says Charleston Advisor

The industry’s newest business resource ranks 4.75 out of 5 in a new review

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
03 August 2021

Research Trends in Education

What the 20 most accessed dissertations related to education studies reveal about priorities in the field

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
29 July 2021

History, Trauma, and Coming to Terms with the Past: Using ‘Shoah’ in the Classroom

Isabel Richter, a German history professor at UC Berkeley, speaks about bringing new perspectives to her students through the power of a 1985 Holocaust documentary

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
21 July 2021

Appreciating Smaller Publishers: “Making a Difference” at Bristol University Press

Timely, peer-reviewed research from an activist university press whose CEO says it ‘can be a bit shouty’ may not sound like traditional academic publishing

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
09 July 2021

June 2021 Top Titles at Public Libraries

Here are the top twenty titles public library patrons looked for in June 2021.

Blogs
08 July 2021

Editor Picks for Faculty…July Issue

Shoah, Harriet Jacobs, Algorithms, Old Irish Airs and more

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty, Librarian
06 July 2021

Better Content for Less Money: Beloit College Library Finds Success in Comprehensive Databases

Whether they’re doing research on economics or dance, Beloit students and faculty now have more choices

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
01 July 2021

The Diversity-Innovation Paradox in Science

Stanford researchers explore how and why the novel contributions of underrepresented scientists are discounted and devalued

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
30 June 2021

ISBN: A History

Explore the history of the ISBN, the International Standard Book Number

Blogs
29 June 2021

Improving Diversity and Inclusion in Scholarly Publishing

Why scholarly resources about underrepresented communities need to be written by and for people from those communities

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
16 June 2021

Showcasing Titles for Pride Month

Show off your LGBTQ+ titles with Book Display Widgets.

Blogs
10 June 2021

Meeting the Urgent Need for E Resources

How UC Berkeley adapted to an immediate demand for digital content – and supported an existing space reclamation project

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
08 June 2021

Making Diverse Perspectives and Research Topics Accessible

Why the world’s first drag queen with a Ph.D. on drag history published her dissertation with ProQuest

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
04 June 2021

Art in the Press, Conspiracy Theories, Urban Water Systems: See How Universities are Using TDM

Learn more about how six universities gained free access to TDM studio through ProQuest’s Digital Research Support Program

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
02 June 2021

May 2021 Top Titles at Public Libraries

The top twenty titles public library patrons looked for in May 2021.

Blogs
28 May 2021

5 Ways ProQuest Can Support your DEI Initiatives

As library leaders learn how to respond to shifting priorities, we can help

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian
27 May 2021

Editors’ Picks for Faculty…May Issue

Woody Harrelson on regenerative agriculture, Russian pop music, Israel and Palestine, change management in organizations, and more

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty, Librarian
26 May 2021

Digitizing the Library Collection: A Look at Georgia Tech Library

Learn more about how Georgia Tech Library has enhanced their physical browsing experience for users with Syndetics Unbound

Blogs
21 May 2021

New ETD Dashboard Supports Shows the Impact of Making Research Widely Available

Here’s what users of the new Electronic Theses & Dissertations Dashboard are saying

Blogs
20 May 2021

Appreciating Smaller Publishers: Oneworld Publications

A once-small publishing house produces award-winning fiction and non-fiction from across the globe

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty, Librarian
19 May 2021

An Overview of Library Classification Systems

Learn more about ProQuest's use of library classification systems

Blogs
18 May 2021

Enhancing Digital Access to Course and Library Materials

How the California State University San Marcos Library connects students and faculty with necessary resources, quickly and efficiently

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian
13 May 2021

9 Reasons Librarians Love ProQuest One Academic

Give your faculty, students, and researchers the content they need…and save money for your library

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
12 May 2021

Shaping the Future of Metadata

Take a deep dive into Bowker’s activities within the Book Industry Study Group (BISG)

Blogs
12 May 2021

How Resource Management Supports the Research Journey

Survey results reveal RefWorks features valued by students and researchers

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
10 May 2021

What It’s Like to be an Instructional Designer in 2021

An interview with Texas Wesleyan University’s Amy Porubsky on distance learning, faculty relationships and streaming video

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
06 May 2021

April 2021 Top Titles at Public Libraries

The top twenty titles public-library patrons looked for in April 2021.

Blogs
28 April 2021

Welcome to our new website: about.proquest.com

Welcome to our new website: about.proquest.com

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Corporate, Government, K-12, Public, Faculty, Librarian
27 April 2021

Syndetics Unbound in Ebook Central

Syndetics Unbound displays some elements within Ebook Central to highlight and enrich those titles

Blogs
23 April 2021

Editors’ Picks for Faculty, Spring Edition

Adelie penguins, Jackie Robinson, Shakespeare’s Henry V, counseling at San Quentin Prison and more

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty, Librarian
22 April 2021

Research Business and Ecological Sustainability in 5 Steps

From choosing a topic and narrowing it down, to selecting insightful and credible resources, ProQuest One Business can help

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
21 April 2021

ProQuest Celebrating World Book Day

April 23rd is a time to recognize and celebrate World Book Day, also known as World Book and Copyright Day.

Blogs
20 April 2021

The Pros and Cons of Teaching with Primary Sources

Study Reveals the Challenges of Using Primary Sources at the Undergraduate Level – and Why It’s Worth the Effort

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Faculty, Librarian
19 April 2021

10 Award-Winning Dissertations from the University of Michigan

The insights published by this year’s ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award winners are poised to make major impacts

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
18 April 2021

Ebook Central and ProQuest Platforms Achieve 100% ASPIRE Scores for Accessibility

Ebook Central and ProQuest Platforms Achieve 100% ASPIRE Scores for Accessibility

Blogs
15 April 2021

Syndetics Unbound Content Now Included in Patron Point Recommends

ProQuest has reached an agreement with Patron Point to include Syndetics Unbound elements in their newsletter service.

Blogs
15 April 2021

Tomorrow’s Architects: Designing the Future of Libraries, with Peter Morville

Author and speaker Peter Morville answers compelling questions about making discovery more equitable, cultural change, and more

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
14 April 2021

March 2021 Top Titles at Public Libraries

The top twenty titles public-library patrons looked for in March 2021.

Blogs
12 April 2021

ProQuest Improves Visibility for Ebook Discounts and Promotions

Enhanced functionality helps libraries take advantage of discounted pricing and current promotions for Ebook Central, Rialto, OASIS

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
08 April 2021

An Easier Way to Build More Inclusive Library Collections

ProQuest’s new Diversity Collection simplifies research and learning from alternative perspectives

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian
08 April 2021

Appreciating Smaller Publishers: Peepal Tree Press

Though small in relative size, Peepal Tree is a prominent voice in Caribbean and Black British writing

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
31 March 2021

Syndetics Unbound’s Enrichment Highlights Brings Increased Catalog Usage to Mount Laurel Library

ProQuest released Enrichment Highlights a new Syndetics Unbound functionality that improves a library's search results page by adding key enrichment elements.

Blogs
25 March 2021

Editors’ Picks for Faculty…Women’s History Issue

Black Feminism, Women in STEM, Gender Neutral Parenting and more

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
24 March 2021

A Message From the ProQuest Senior Leadership Team

As individuals and collectively as an organization, we have a responsibility to speak out against racism in all forms and work towards inclusion

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Corporate, Government, K-12, Public, Librarian
24 March 2021

Mark and Boost Electronic Resources

Mark and Boost remains a powerful tool, letting libraries highlight and promote their electronic resources.

Blogs
23 March 2021

Misreported Research in Psychology: A Text and Data Mining Case Study

A student researcher from UC Berkeley analyzes 6 peer-reviewed psychology journals to quantify concerns raised in the replication crisis.

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
19 March 2021

A Conversation About Gender Bias in the Sciences

Filmmaker Sharon Shattuck talks about her documentary Picture a Scientist and the importance of diversity in STEM

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public, Administrator, Faculty, Librarian
17 March 2021

Showcasing Titles for Women's History Month

In honor of Women's History month, we've created several Book Display Widgets, which you can check out on our LibGuide.

Blogs
16 March 2021

Out of the Shadows: Appreciating Smaller Publishers

A new blog series explores the best publishers you may never have heard of

Blogs, Academic, Faculty, Librarian
16 March 2021

New Nursing Resource Supports Healthcare Programs at the Most Critical Time

Nursing & Allied Health Premium brings together journals, training videos, cultural content and more

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Corporate, Faculty, Librarian
10 March 2021

February 2021 Top Titles At Public Libraries

Here are the top fifteen titles public-library patrons looked for in February 2021.

Blogs
08 March 2021

Breaking Barriers at University of the Southwest

Breaking Barriers at University of the Southwest

Blogs
25 February 2021

Editors’ Picks for Faculty…Including Black History Content

Editors’ Picks for Faculty…Including Black History Content

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty
24 February 2021

Book Profiles & How They're Made

Syndetics Unbound’s Book Profile is a dynamic tool that lets users browse for titles using clickable profile terms.

Blogs
18 February 2021

We Asked Three Questions About ProQuest One Business…

ProQuest Product Team shares details about ProQuest One Business

Blogs, Faculty, Librarian
17 February 2021

Showcasing Titles for Black History Month

Syndetics Unbound has a dedicated team of book lovers who are invested in providing the best technology and service possible to libraries.

Blogs
12 February 2021

New: ProQuest Content Now Integrates Directly with Your Learning Management System

New: ProQuest Content Now Integrates Directly with Your Learning Management System

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Administrator, Librarian
10 February 2021

January 2021 Top Titles for Public Libraries

Syndetics Unbound has a dedicated team of book lovers who are invested in providing the best technology and service possible to libraries.

Blogs
03 February 2021

Top Rated Elements in Syndetics Unbound

In this week's blog post, take a look at some of the top rated elements in Syndetics Unbound, as rated by customers.

Blogs
28 January 2021

Top Academic Titles of 2020

Syndetics Unbound has a dedicated team of book lovers who are invested in providing the best technology and service possible to libraries.

Blogs
25 January 2021

Spark Student Engagement and Class Discussion: Editors’ Picks for Faculty

Spark Student Engagement and Class Discussion: Editors’ Picks for Faculty

Blogs, Academic, K-12, Faculty
21 January 2021

New Reading Recommendation Service from Syndetics Unbound and Patron Point

Syndetics Unbound is excited and pleased to announce that we have worked with Patron Point, a library marketing automation partner, to offer Patron Point Recommends™

Blogs
15 January 2021

Be ‘E Ready’ with Books, Periodicals, Video, Music Scores and More

Be ‘E Ready’ with Books, Periodicals, Video, Music Scores and More

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
14 January 2021

Syndetics Unbound - LibraryWorks 2021 Modern Library Award Winner

Syndetics Unbound wins LibraryWorks 2021 Modern Library Award with Platinum distinction.

Blogs
14 January 2021

A Rare Look Behind the Scenes of Donald Rumsfeld’s Pentagon

A Rare Look Behind the Scenes of Donald Rumsfeld’s Pentagon

Blogs
14 January 2021

Syndetics Unbound Wins 2021 LibraryWorks Platinum Award

Syndetics Unbound Wins 2021 LibraryWorks Platinum Award

Blogs
13 January 2021

What Were the Top Research Trends of 2020?

What Were the Top Research Trends of 2020?

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Faculty, Librarian
13 January 2021

A message from Matti Shem Tov, ProQuest CEO

A message from Matti Shem Tov, ProQuest CEO

Blogs
05 January 2021

Social Science Premium Collection and Disability in the Modern World Named Outstanding Academic Titles

Social Science Premium Collection and Disability in the Modern World Named Outstanding Academic Titles

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
04 January 2021

Overcoming Subtitles: Valeria Estefanía Dávila Gronros on the Importance of Diversity in Film

ProQuest interviews a MLIS student and scholarship recipient about her bourgeoning career in audiovisual preservation and archiving

Blogs, Academic, Administrator, Librarian
16 December 2020

Top Syndetics Unbound Titles of 2020

We have the answers for 2020, aggregated from all the public libraries that use Syndetics Unbound.

Blogs
16 December 2020

How Text and Data Mining Enables Digital Literacy in the Classroom

Read about the University of Sydney’s journey to integrate text and data mining (TDM) into its undergraduate courses and incorporate it across disciplines.

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
09 December 2020

R.R. Bowker: From Mugwump to Metadata

This blog provides a historical review of the life of R.R. Bowker, and the dynamic impact and legacy that he's left on the library world today.

Blogs
02 December 2020

Increasing Syndetics Unbound Visibility

Tips on raising Syndetics Unbound usage by increasing visibility within the catalog or discovery layer.

Blogs
01 December 2020

On Making More Voices Heard

How ProQuest aims to support libraries in building diverse, equitable and inclusive collections affordably.

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
24 November 2020

Where Can I Get Ideas for My Thesis or Dissertation Topic?

Tips for Graduate Students Beginning Their Advanced Research Project.

Blogs, Academic, Student/Researcher
19 November 2020

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

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

Blogs
18 November 2020

New Syndetics Unbound Usage Statistics

New usage statistics include deep dives into coverage and interaction statistics, a date selector tool, and the ability to limit your view by instance.

Blogs
13 November 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.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public
12 November 2020

Preserving Access to Dawson Ebooks

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

Blogs
11 November 2020

Include Syndetics Unbound on your search results pages

Read about the new abbreviated version of Syndetics Unbound, available right on the library's search results pages.

Blogs
06 November 2020

How to Uncover Diverse Voices for Research and Teaching

African American studies professor Marcia Chatelain shares strategies for discovering overlooked perspectives in primary source archives

Blogs
05 November 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

Blogs
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