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New ProQuest Platform coming 2010

This entry was posted on Friday, August 28th, 2009

 Soon, users at every level will instantly find specific information as well as discover more across a full spectrum of subject areas and complementary content types and formats-including millions of key journals, periodicals, newspapers, dissertations, reports, books, and more from unmatched resource collections.

With the all-new platform, powerful navigation tools will surface the most relevant full-text/image content to provide the complete story in its original context as well as critical tables and figures in publications that would be missed with other searches.

We’d like to give you a glimpse of the range of content that users will be able to cross search when the new platform launches in 2010. So we searched across just a small sampling of available resources on our current interface to demonstrate the various types of current and historic content that provides insight on renewable energy and stimulus funding resulting from the economic downturn. Click here to see the examples!

Soon, users will be able to search across content like this and more with all-new ProQuest platform. And we’re grateful to information professionals, like you, who have paved the way on the path to discovery with your input along the way.

For more information, click here.