Make the most of library budgets and deliver quality without compromise

Today’s libraries have countless challenges to manage. Supporting too many platforms shouldn’t be one of them.

That’s why ProQuest’s comprehensive databases are some of the world’s most-used in libraries across the globe. ProQuest works with thousands of publishers to acquire and curate content through a single point of access: the newly enhanced and user-friendly ProQuest platform.

ProQuest databases deliver a variety of content, serve a wide range of users, support all forms of teaching and learning, and help libraries meet their budget goals.

Databases to Help Libraries Deliver Quality Within Budget

Support the most users at once

Support the most users at once

Multi-format, multi-disciplinary, and subject-specific databases make it easier to manage the growing demand for online curricula across the breadth of an institution’s disciplines.

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Make the most of your budget

Make the most of your budget

Get predictable, affordable annual subscriptions to databases that provide the greatest utility and return on investment.

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Maximize staff time

Maximize staff time

A single point of access to hundreds of publishers is simple to administer and manage.

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Databases to Meet the Content Needs of Faculty and Students

Achieve better research, teaching and learning outcomes

Achieve better research, teaching and learning outcomes

In one easy-to-use interface, get news, dissertations, ebooks, video and journals from renowned publishers – including Wiley, Springer Nature, the Lancet, The New York Times, PBS, CNN and many more.

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Get sought-after content in a range of disciplines

Get sought-after content in a range of disciplines

From the humanities to STEM and everything in between, ProQuest’s comprehensive databases cover a myriad of topics enabling deep subject-specific research and study.

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Discoverable from a single entry point

Discoverable from a single entry point

Users can begin their database search from the open web by visiting www.proquest.com. Through their search results, they’ll be delivered straight to the resources their library subscribes to.

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Multidisciplinary Databases

ProQuest One Academic

Journals, ebooks, videos and dissertations, in one unified experience.

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ProQuest Central

Multidisciplinary, multiformat collection of thousands of journals, news sources, dissertations, magazines, grey literature, books and more.

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Academic Video Online

The most comprehensive streaming video subscription available to libraries, with nearly 70,000 titles curated for the educational experience.

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Academic Complete

The Academic Complete ebook subscription offers libraries an affordable, critical mass of 200,000+ multidisciplinary ebooks with unlimited, multi-user access, powerful research tools and DRM-free chapter downloads.

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ProQuest Dissertation & Theses Global

The largest editorially curated collection of graduate works, with over 5 million dissertations and theses and 2.7 million in full text.

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Featured Discipline Specific Databases

ProQuest One Literature

ProQuest One Literature

The destination for all aspects of literature research, teaching and learning.

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ProQuest One Business

ProQuest One Business

Specially designed to meet the needs of business students and faculty.

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 Social Science Premium Collection

Social Science Premium Collection

A single destination for all full-text and A&I social-science resources.

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SciTech Premium Collection

SciTech Premium Collection

Facilitates precision discovery with extensive access to a vast range of theoretical and applied science and engineering literature.

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“This outstanding one-stop gateway is invaluable, enabling users to find books, journals, videos, [audio], dissertations, and more without having to switch platforms.”

Review of ProQuest One Academic, Library Journal, April 2020