The new eLibrary arrives December 14, 2017!

The new eLibrary is a completely re-imagined, redesigned experience to more efficiently guide novice researchers to identify their research topic and find authoritative information to support their research claim.

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Better design, better search

  • The highly visual and intuitive navigation gets researchers to the content they need quickly. And, the popular Research Topics feature is showcased front and center!

  • Trending Topics and Editors' Picks sections are a great starting point for users to easily find a topic

  • • The responsively designed user interface is optimized for access on any device, 24/7

  • A streamlined feature-set focuses on tools that researchers actually use!

  • The more efficient search engine enables users to find relevant content faster

  • • Users can cross-search eLibrary with other ProQuest databases, improving library return-on-investment

  • • eLibrary content will be hosted on the award-winning ProQuest platform, and will offer two methods of access: a custom Guided Research application and as part of the unified platform, assuring ease-of-use

The new eLibrary will be available beginning December 14, 2017. Contact your Account Manager for more information.

You can also learn more about eLibrary changes on our Support Center.

For specific information about eLibrary Science or eLibrary Elementary changes:

 

How to prepare for your eLibrary upgrade

If you currently subscribe to eLibrary, your links will automatically redirect to the new eLibrary on December 14, 2017. Visit the Support Center for complete details to ensure proxies and systems are ready. Here's a brief checklist of the steps to take:

  • HTTPS and Proxy Servers:  If you use a proxy server, make sure your system is up-to-date and ready to accommodate https browser ecryption. Here are more details about preparing your proxy server..
  • Web Browsers: For the best experience, use Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari. Here are more details about browser requirements.
  • Responsive Design! No more mobile site necessary.  The new eLibrary is optimized for use on your desktop, laptop, tablet, and smartphone. As a result, the current mobile site will be decommissioned, and you may wish to share this news.

If you need extra help, contact our best-in-class global support.

 

Click the video to get a preview of the new eLibrary!


 


Upgraded Features

The New eLibrary

A better search experience

The new eLibrary will offer a cleaner, more appealing and visual, responsive design that will save users time regardless of device. The home page starts with a simple, single search box effortlessly guiding students to their topic and supporting content. 

 

Featured Research Topics in the new eLibrary

Featured Research Topics help users get started quickly

Editor's Picks and Trending Research Topics, featured with image snapshots on the home page, help users explore and find topics quickly. Over 11,000 editor-created Research Topics are available in eLibrary and intuitive browse features guide students to their topic with a minimum of effort.

 

Icons on main page of eLibrary - search by Assignment or Subject

Simple icons help users search by Assignment or Subject

Beyond the featured Research Topics, on the home page users can browse from one of two lists – Common Assignments and Subjects. Simple icons guide users to topics aligned to common curriculum.

 

 


Resources

ProQuest Resources for eLibrary

Support & Training

ProQuest offers best-in-class customer service, technical support, and training so you can hit the ground running with your ProQuest products and leverage everything they can do.

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Product Resources for eLibrary

Product Resources

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