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28 April 2021

Welcome to our new website: about.proquest.com

Welcome to our new website: about.proquest.com

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public, Government, Corporate, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Faculty, Administrator
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Public, K-12, Librarian, Faculty, Administrator
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Administrator
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, Librarian, Faculty
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, Librarian, Administrator
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
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
04 November 2020

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

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

Blogs
29 October 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

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Public, Librarian
28 October 2020

Welcome to the Syndetics Unbound Blog

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

Blogs
23 October 2020

A Conversation with Three Global Health Pioneers

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

Blogs
08 October 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.

Blogs
25 September 2020

SIRS Fall 2020 Source Title Update

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Blogs, K-12, Public, Librarian, Faculty
24 September 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.

Blogs
15 September 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.”

Blogs
10 September 2020

Princeton Case Study: Trends in COVID-19 News Coverage

In a new case study, Princeton University Researcher Gavin Cook explains how he used TDM Studio to analyze a dataset of 700,000 newspaper articles related to COVID-

Blogs
09 September 2020

How Do We Talk to Students About Racism?

How Do We Talk to Students About Racism?

Blogs
04 September 2020

Funding, Rankings and Relationships: Research Challenges During COVID-19

A new industry report commissioned by Ex Libris uncovers the challenges – both new and recurring – faced by today’s researchers and research-office leaders.

Blogs
03 September 2020

WOC+Lib Amplifies the Voices of Black Library Workers

Discover a digital community forum dedicated to diversity and inclusion issues and initiatives in librarianship.

Blogs
02 September 2020

Editors’ Picks for Faculty: Content to Engage Students This Fall

The global battle for health policy, the facets of white supremacy, RBG…and more.

Blogs
13 August 2020

Women’s Voting Rights Turn 100; ProQuest Launches Open-Access Suffrage Collection

New Database Shows That Black Women Activists Were Central to Passage of the Nineteenth Amendment.

Blogs
04 August 2020

“Go to ProQuest”: ProQuest.com Becomes a New Starting Point for Research

Updating the ProQuest URL may seem like a small change – but for our users, it will have a big impact. Here’s why.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public
24 July 2020

Human Rights and Social Justice Studies Are on the Rise

Do faculty and students have the resources to support teaching and learning in this emerging area?

Blogs
23 July 2020

Meeting Demand for E-resources at Berklee College of Music

With online databases, students and faculty “have access to more content than they think."

Blogs
23 July 2020

How UNC Greensboro Is Making Streaming Video Accessible to All Learners

Audio-described video, captions and transcriptions are critical for students and faculty of all abilities.

Blogs
22 July 2020

Dr. Howard Rambsy on Black Authors, Jay-Z, and New Perspectives on Race

“It’s important for people to immerse themselves into a space where they’re discussing race and racism from others’ perspectives.”

Blogs
21 July 2020

Elections, Drugs and Bananas: The Wisdom of Statistical Abstract

Explore these relevant, timely, contextual – and, in some cases, surprising – stats drawn from recent editions of the Statistical Abstract.

Blogs
15 July 2020

Supporting Students & Faculty in an Unpredictable Learning Environment

How ProQuest’s Title Matching Service Helped a University Library Meet Users’ Urgent Needs – and Build Better E-resource Collections.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Student/Researcher, Faculty
14 July 2020

Do You Speak Accessibility?: A Key to Common Acronyms

First in a series focused on navigating web accessibility to support ALL library users.

Blogs
10 July 2020

Using Text and Data Mining to Gain Insights on COVID-19

Research conducted by George Washington University’s Zhoudan Xie shows how text and data mining can quickly analyze a massive set of news articles to uncover critic

Blogs
22 June 2020

Kris Rzepczynski Honored for Contributions to Genealogical Librarianship

A Lansing, Michigan librarian receives the 2020 William P. Filby Award for Genealogical Librarianship for decades of work across the U.S.

Blogs
15 June 2020

New Video Series Explains Key Issues Relating to COVID-19

Watch, learn from and share these animated videos, which help make sense of what we know (and don’t know) about the novel coronavirus.

Blogs
11 June 2020

These 2020 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Newspapers are Available from ProQuest

Access to news at the global, national and international level is more important now than ever.

Blogs
10 June 2020

SIRS, eLibrary Content for Schools Now Discoverable Through MackinVIA

Students can find SIRS and eLibrary content from ProQuest through the MackinVIA digital content management platform.

Blogs, K-12, Public, Librarian, Faculty
08 June 2020

ProQuest’s Message on Equality and Justice

We are saddened and outraged by the senseless deaths of George Floyd and so many other people of color, and by the much longer history of racism both in the U.S. an

Blogs
20 May 2020

Ebook Usage Has Increased Dramatically. Here’s How to Make Access More Affordable

ProQuest and our publishing partners are committed to helping libraries meet the increased demand for e-resources.

Blogs, Academic, Librarian
14 May 2020

During the Pandemic, I Used the Library to Discover My Family’s Tragic – and Inspiring – History

How genealogy resources helped one public library user uncover untold stories of his Jewish relatives during the Holocaust.

Blogs
07 May 2020

Literary Studies in the Era of Distance Learning

While we could never have anticipated the impact of COVID-19 on teaching and learning, resources like ProQuest One Literature are helping users get access to the co

Blogs
06 May 2020

On the Information Front Lines: An Interview with Gali Halevi from Mt. Sinai Health System

Dr. Gali Halevi, Associate Dean of Libraries & Information Sciences at the Mt. Sinai Health System, on her experience as a medical library director in one of the wo

Blogs, Academic, Corporate, Government, Librarian, Faculty
29 April 2020

Learning to Teach Online – and Under Pressure

A Ph.D. candidate and instructor at the University of Michigan shares observations on the sudden shift to remote teaching.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Librarian, Faculty
29 April 2020

Editors’ Picks for Faculty…Primary Sources Edition

“Depression-Proof” Milk, the 1918 Flu Pandemic – And More Primary Sources for Distance Learning.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty
20 April 2020

Expanding Remote Access and E-Resource Support for Library Catalog Tools

Libraries may have closed their physical doors, but the need for library resources remains stronger than ever.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public, Librarian
14 April 2020

TDM Studio Launches Today. Learn How it’s Already Inspiring Career-Defining Discoveries

From predicting CEO behavior to understanding Shakespeare’s writing style, ProQuest’s new text and data mining solution helps researchers uncover new insights and c

Blogs, Academic, Government, Librarian, Faculty
08 April 2020

Research Companion is Open to all Students and Educators Through June 30

All schools, colleges and universities can temporarily access key components in Research Companion, a multimedia resource that helps students develop information li

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Public, Librarian, Faculty
03 April 2020

ProQuest’s “E Now” Enables Libraries to Meet Unprecedented Demand for E-Content

Combination of expertise, process, data and reporting guide fast, effective transitions to online environments.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, K-12, Librarian
03 April 2020

Editors’ Picks for Faculty, Special Edition: Distance Learning

Allocation of Scarce Medical Interventions, Michelle Obama’s Mission to Educate Girls, Social Behavior of Humpback Whales… a variety of content specially curated fo

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Faculty
25 March 2020

Coronavirus-Impacted Libraries Get Unlimited Access to Ebook Central Holdings

ProQuest has partnered with more than 150 publishers to support libraries in providing unlimited access to Ebook Central holdings for all patrons – at no extra char

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Corporate, Government, K-12, Public, Librarian
20 March 2020

Streaming Video Resources for Distance Learning

COVID-impacted libraries can tap resources like Film Platform in Academic Video Online to help bridge gaps created by rapid shifts to online-only environments.

Blogs, Academic, Community College, Librarian, Faculty