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    The ProQuest platform makes hundreds of full text and A&I (abstract & index) collections accessible to researchers around the world. Content discovery is an integral part of the ProQuest platform’s goal of driving better outcomes for subscribing organizations and their users. An organization's ProQuest content is discoverable through Summon, OCLC WorldCat, Ex Libris Primo Central, PubMed and Google Scholar (when enabled). Plus, through the ebooks tab on the ProQuest results page, researchers can cross-search their organization's ProQuest ebook holdings (when available) alongside their ProQuest platform database content.

    In addition, researchers will benefit from robust information management and workflow tools and functionality integrated into the platform, like the ability to cite results in numerous citation styles, save as a PDF or other document formats, save searches, and export documents to reference management tools like RefWorks.

    During the week of August 17 - 21, 2015, we’ll be introducing an enhanced ProQuest interface, designed for evolving user workflows, and created following extensive customer feedback, testing, and in-depth analysis of usage patterns and behavior. Click this link for more information.

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