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  • AI Literacy in Bibliotheken und Wissenschaft
  • Bibliotheken und das Metaversum
  • Library Publishing und das Problem der Langzeitarchivierung von
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  • Gender und Sexualität in Bibliotheken
  • Entwicklungen im Bereich Open Science
    im Jahr 2023
  • Auskunfts- und Informationsdienste
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  • Die transparente Dokumentation
    von Cultural Heritage Datasets
  • Die Rolle der Bibliotheken
    im Bereich reproduzierbarer Forschung
  • Bibliothekstrends 2023 in UK
  • Open Acces und DEAL
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Ausgabe 6 / 2023

BIOGRAFIEN
Vergessene Frauen werden sichtbar

FOTOGRAFIE
„In Lothars Bücherwelt walten magische Kräfte.“
Glamour Collection, Lothar Schirmer, Katalog einer Sammlung

WISSENSCHAFTSGESCHICHTE
Hingabe an die Sache des Wissens

MUSIK
Klaus Pringsheim aus Tokyo
Ein Wanderer zwischen den Welten

MAKE METAL SMALL AGAIN
20 Jahre Malmzeit

ASTRONOMIE
Sonne, Mond, Sterne

LANDESKUNDE
Vietnam – der aufsteigende Drache

MEDIZIN | FOTOGRAFIE
„Und ja, mein einziger Bezugspunkt
bin ich jetzt selbst“

RECHT
Stiftungsrecht und Steuerrecht I Verfassungsrecht I Medizinrecht I Strafprozessrecht

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Updating the ProQuest URL may seem like a small change –
but for our users, it will have a big impact. Here’s why.

By Chris Burghardt, Vice President of Product Management, ProQuest

ProQuest is excited to announce the next step in our journey to make content easier to find and access:
ProQuest.com is now the home of the ProQuest search platform.

This URL update may seem like a small change, but for our users, it will have a big impact to getting started on their research. Here’s why.

After analyzing years of user behavior, it became clear that a large percentage of the students and faculty came to ProQuest.com looking to do research. What they found instead was our company homepage with information on ProQuest products, services and news.

Earlier this year, we added a search box to the company homepage, which validated our assumptions that users were coming to ProQuest.com to start their research. Starting today, we have further simplified the end-user workflow by putting the platform where they expect it: at ProQuest.com.

No changes are required for librarians or their users – search.proquest.com links will continue to function as always,
and all bookmarks will operate normally.

With its easy-to-remember URL, librarians can tell their students and faculty to simply "Go to ProQuest” or “go to ProQuest.com” to access the library's ProQuest content. If users are authenticated, they’ll be able to get to the library’s ProQuest resources right away. If not, they can search and preview content and will be prompted to authenticate through their institution. Open access content will be available to everyone directly from ProQuest.com.

And if you’re looking for information about ProQuest or our products, you can visit the corporate site at its new home: about.proquest.com.
Any bookmarks pointing to product or company information pages on proquest.com will automatically redirect.

This is the latest in a series of enhancements we announced in June to make ProQuest platform content more accessible to users and to help libraries expose their library’s valuable collections to the broadest possible audience.

https://about.proquest.com/blog/pqblog/2020/Go-to-ProQuest-ProQuestcom-Becomes-a-New-Starting-Point-for-Research-.html