Join Product Manager Larry Wilkner for a demonstration of the new eLibrary, scheduled to release in late 2017. There will be an opportunity to ask questions. Two sessions offered:
Session One - Monday October 23, 3 PM Eastern - Register
Session Two - Monday November 13, 3 PM Eastern - Register
Launching later this year, 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.
Be sure to bookmark this page and check back for updates!
The new eLibrary will be available at the end of 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:
Calm. Cool. Collected. Stress-free research with the new eLibrary.
Front page mock-up:
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.
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.
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.
More than 500 academic journals, with highly regarded trade and popular science titles like Wired, Scientific American, PC World, Psychology Today, and Astronomy. New features include a 'Peer Reviewed' search filter and ability to filter results by People, Subject and Location.
Equip students to think critically about global social issues with this CODiE-award winning resource. Background, analysis, and opinions are covered for more than 350 leading social, scientific, health, historic, economic, political and global issues. Includes editorially-curated content from more than 2,000 diverse and authoritative sources. Features include a responsive design and integration with Google Drive and Google Classroom.Learn More
ProQuest's award-winning information literacy resource guides users through the research process and helps them develop the critical thinking skills necessary to more effectively find, evaluate and use information. Detailed assessment and customization capabilities also available.Learn More