Focused Ebook Subscriptions

Quality over Quantity Content Designed to Drive Usage—and Usability

ProQuest offers libraries a number of carefully curated subscriptions to serve researchers of all types. All of our subscriptions offer unlimited, multi-user access and continued growth and are delivered on the Ebook Central platform built for research.

Many libraries utilize subscription as an affordable base of foundational content tied to patron outcomes, and over time they leverage usage and user behavior statistics to inform their acquisition decisions. ProQuest subscriptions are designed to work better together with our other flexible purchase models, such as Demand-Driven Acquisition, Short-term Loans, Access to Own, and Perpetual Archive—to meet both budget and patron demand.

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Public Library Complete™

Public Library Complete offers more than 37,400 diverse ebooks to educate, entertain and enlighten. Notable topics include School & Studying, Arts & Leisure and Practical Life Skills. Key publishers contribute to the subscription including AMACOM, Wiley, ORCA Book Publishers, International Reading Association, FW Media, InterVarsity Press, No Starch Press and Cengage Learning.

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Schools & Educators Complete™

Schools & Educators Complete offers anytime, anywhere access to a foundational base of ebooks focused on key topics for students and teachers. Featuring premium K-12 and education publishers, hand-curated to ensure the right, relevant content is readily available to your students and teachers.

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Government Complete

With Government Complete, government libraries can offer a complete-yet-affordable collection of multi-disciplinary ebooks that come with unlimited access, powerful research tools and DRM-free chapter downloads. Many libraries use Government Complete as their ebook foundation, and then leverage its robust usage data to inform their acquisition strategies using other models like demand-driven acquisition (DDA), evidence-based acquisition (EBA) and ownership.

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