ProQuest Expands History Study Center; Distributes Oxford Economic Forecasting Publications

Oct 14, 2005


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ProQuest Information and Learning has expanded content in its online service History Study Center with 11 new periodicals in its Journal Library, eight new Study Units and expanded and revised content in the product's 500 other Study Units. The new content is part of the company's product development strategy aimed at correlating content with the most studied topics in undergraduate and AP history programs.

Among the new journals included are such peer-reviewed titles as Past & Present, American Historical Review, and History Workshop. New Study Units--hand-selected collections of reference and journal articles, primary documents and multimedia resources--include a variety of emerging study topics such as Environmental History as well as new topics on Chinese, Saudi Arabian and Eastern European history.

ProQuest has also announced that it has signed an agreement with Oxford Economic Forecasting to distribute its acclaimed political and economic reports to academic markets worldwide. Such publications as World Economic Prospects, Emerging Markets Watch, Commodity Price Monitor, Hilfe Economic Briefings and seven others will be available to libraries through a variety of ProQuest's business databases including ABI/INFORM Global.

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