04 December 2013
Librarian and reviewer of research tools, Cheryl LaGuardia, wrote this wonderful piece, A Librarian Gives Thanks | Not Dead Yet, where she shares- “I realize I’m thankful for a number of resources to which I turn on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. C’mon—be honest: every librarian has “go-to” sources—don’t we?” In this article from Library Journal, Cheryl includes an A-Z list of just a few of her favorite sources that she is frequently thankful for and ProQuest is honored to have made several appearances!
03 December 2013
The Charleston Annual Conference wrapped up a few weeks ago and ProQuest is thrilled to have participated in the event. It was a wonderful opportunity to communicate with our peers who share our passion about information. Ashley Bass, Product Manager, Serials Solutions, ProQuest, attended the conference and was part of the panel presentation, Uncork Your Licenses! How ONIX-PL Can Help License Data Flow. Representing ProQuest, Ashley’s goal was to bring to the conversation the perspective of how a company that provides a critical distribution path for content and information can leverage standards to deliver value to the library and help libraries succeed.
27 November 2013
Touro College joins the growing contingent of libraries that have added e-resource usage assessment capabilities from Serials Solutions to improve management of their library’s resources. Committed to delivering the best research experience for their students, Touro College was compelled to improve collection analysis and development by adding the 360 Counter assessment service to its existing suite of ProQuest management and discovery solutions
26 November 2013
St. Clair County Community College has transformed their library with the help of Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business. The management and discovery services 360 Link, 360 Resource Manager, 360 MARC Updates, 360 Counter and the Summon® discovery service provided the library staff with the tools to realize their vision of increasing library usage.
25 November 2013
Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business, is working with HBO Kennisbank to index the results of publicly funded research contained in the institutional repositories of Dutch universities in the Summon service. Metadata from the HBO Knowledge Base will be indexed allowing researchers to discover articles, research reports and theses produced by lecturers, teachers and students within the universities alongside their library's other resources to gather the most relevant information for their projects.