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Free Trial Access to Proquest Online Databases

 

TRIAL RUNS FROM JAN. 22 UNTIL FEB. 20, 2013 ONLY!

 

A. ProQuest Central

ProQuest Central is the largest aggregated database of periodical content. This award-winning online reference resource features a highly-respected, diversified mix of content including scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, books, newspapers, reports and videos.

     Subject Coverage:

Business and economics,Health and medical,News and world affairs,Science,Education, Technology,Humanities,Social Sciences,Psychology,Literature,Law, Women's studies, etc.

B. ProQuest 5000

ProQuest 5000 is an extensive general reference resource providing access to over 10,200 publications, with more than 6,020 of those in full text. The millions of articles in ProQuest 5000 give users access to nearly all the ProQuest® periodical databases. With ProQuest 5000, users find all types of information included in the following combined databases:

ProQuest ABI Global, ProQuest Nursing Journals & Allied Health Source, ProQuest Medical Library, ProQuest Research Library, ProQuest Science Journals, ProQuest Education Journals,ProQuest Social Science Journals, ProQuest Asian Business & Reference, ProQuest Engineering Collection, ProQuest Criminal Justice, ProQuest Agricultural Science Collection* 

         *not included in PQ500 Special Collection

ProQuest 5000 contains some of the most popular—and valuable—information resources used in academic research environments worldwide. It is designed to provide in-depth coverage of a wide range of disciplines and includes current journals in more than 130 subject areas:

Business and economics, Literature, Geography, Consumer education and protection, Environmental studies, General interest periodicals, Library and information sciences, Public administration

 

To access these databases, you may go to the Internet Section of the University Library.

For inquiries regarding this trial and for your feedbacks, you may contact us at 481-7481.