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Overview

ProQuest® Research Library Prep database is designed specifically to support research and college-prep curricula.

This extensive online collection provides one-stop access to over 6,500 scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers — with over 5,000 titles in full text, providing an unsurpassed percentage of content in full-text.

The millions of articles in this continuously-growing database offer global coverage on a wide range of subjects: arts, business, current events, education, health, language arts, sciences, social sciences, and many other curriculum-specific subject areas.

The full-text content comes from thousands of leading journals, magazines, and four key national newspapers, loaded daily: the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. Also included is a rich diversity of content such as television and radio transcripts, video clips on a range of subjects, and important blogs.

ProQuest Research Library Prep is ideal for high school libraries, providing a broad and extensive range of valuable content that serve both the needs of general and college-prep curriculum.

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