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ProQuest Central Updates

by Matt Stevons on 2020-01-16T17:12:18-06:00 in Library News & Updates, Multidisciplinary (Covers most subjects) | Comments

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ProQuest Central, one of the PG Library's largest multi-disciplinary search tools, kept growing over the past year.  ProQuest has added new science and technology databases, including Computer Science, Environmental Science, and Engineering databases, as well as over 1400 new scholarly journals in full-text.  Use the links below to read more about their recent updates, or visit ProQuest Central to start searching now.  

Read about updates in ProQuest Central here.

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