Convert physical collections
to “E” – quickly, accurately
Includes Title Matching Fast “This whole process/project was so cool to me! I love how easy it was” Crystal Newall, Piedmont Virginia Community College
As the demand for remote access to content grows, ProQuest brings unique capabilities in data and reporting together with industry relationships to create a comprehensive set of programs that help institutions quickly transition to online-only environments.
ProQuest is uniquely positioned to help libraries and their institutions make this dramatic shift. The company’s capabilities include a propriety process that maps a library’s physical items – such as books and periodicals – to e-versions contained in ProQuest’s digital archive, which spans more than 600 terabytes and 1.3 million ebooks. ProQuest experts help libraries prioritize the conversion of digital content, including books, periodicals, government documents, newspapers, and even music scores and videos – based on their institution’s curriculum and research activity.
Access your print books electronically
ProQuest’s free Title Matching Fast service helps you match your print holdings to electronic titles without the hassle of searching yourself. All we need is a list of ISBNs and we will match those print books to titles available on Ebook Central in electronic format, regardless of where the print book was purchased.
Find the ebooks you need
Depending on the list size, we can help you match your print holdings in two business days. (Alma customers, simply give us permission and we can access your holdings without needing a list.)
Save on adding electronic to print holdings
Thanks to many of our publishing partners, we can offer you a 50% discount on the Ebook Central ebook when you own the print book.
Feel confident in supporting distance learning
ProQuest’s Ebook Central platform is favored for overall performance and user preference according to a new study where researchers compared and measured user performance of common tasks on nine ebook platforms.
OASIS and Rialto teamed with publishers and aggregators to provide new services and expanded programs to help solve “p to e” challenges. Our team can provide librarians with all the options for ebooks to support online learning services, saving valuable time during very busy days. Libraries can choose from the following solutions to meet the needs of their situations.
Immediate, electronic access to print titles on order, but currently on hold.
Electronic access to the existing library’s print titles.
Connect your faculty, scholars and students to your periodical and magazine print collections via robust and comprehensive digital collections. ProQuest’s archives of periodicals and magazines support research, teaching and learning across the curriculum – spanning 37 disciplines, coverage of 30 countries and 25 languages.
Humanities content remains relevant and influential. Now more than ever, scholars and students need access to decades of sweeping digital content and features that enhance their studies. Cross-search with other digital primary-source content including historical newspapers, magazine archives and government documents for an expanded field of inquiry.
Whether they’re focused on conducting and performance, theory, composition or music history, music students and faculty need access to a wide range of scores. ProQuest has established a digital Music Scores Program to support music researchers and students who rely heavily on print editions.
Music Online Classical Scores Library (Volumes I – IV) offers the largest and most authoritative resource of in-copyright scores to support teaching and research in classical music.
With more than 53,000 titles and 1.3 million pages, students and faculty can access a comprehensive digital library of scores covering major genres and time periods — even when they are far from the library.