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Enriching the Data You Select for Personalized Research Outcomes

Libraries rely both on ProQuest’s critical foundational data and enrichment of the data that results in better outcomes for researchers. Out-of-the-box tools and customized capabilities offer improved information management and discovery, powering research and workflow solutions. Our expert team gathers, verifies, and enhances information from sources that deliver authoritative and continuously updated data. Your success is assured through the combined use of these services, which leverage the industry’s most unique, authoritative, and comprehensive knowledgebase.

Ulrich’s™ XML Data Service

Create and retrieve a customized data set of continuously updated bibliographic, publisher, and provider details from Ulrich’s™ tailored to your organization’s serials information needs.

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Ulrich’s™ XML Data Service

Create and retrieve a customized data set of continuously updated bibliographic, publisher, and provider details from Ulrich’s™ tailored to your organization’s serials information needs.…

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360 MARC Updates

Efficiently maintain and update accurate e-serials and ebooks records, and make it possible for patrons to discover electronic resources in your library’s OPAC, through the 360 MARC Updates records service.…

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OASIS Technical Services

The OASIS Technical Services team of experts helps streamline a library's print and electronic book workflow with needs-based cataloging (MARC) support, multiple physical book processing options and customized partner workflows and integrations.…

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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.

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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.

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