- Ebook Central – You will be able to find and use ebooks directly on the ProQuest platform. The new experience mirrors what users currently see on Ebook Central. Both the Book Details page and the Ebook Reader will mirror that of Ebook Central.
This integration is set for release on January 3, 2019. At least initially, customers wishing to download, save to PDF, copy, print, save to bookshelf, highlight, annotate or bookmark will need to log into both My Bookshelf for Ebook Central and My Research for the ProQuest platform. Plans for integrated logins are a priority for ProQuest in 2019.
- Academic Video Online (Alexander Street Press) – Patrons will now be able to find and watch streaming video on both the native Alexander Street interface and the ProQuest platform. The video experience will mirror the Alexander Street platform viewing experience. More functionality will come to the ProQuest platform in a future release.
- Literature Online - Literature Online (LION) is moving from its legacy Chadwyck-Healey interface to the ProQuest platform
ProQuest also plans to redesign the search results page. You’ll see two new sidebars on the right side of your search results displaying the most relevant ebooks and videos.
Please be aware that content will be available on both the old and new platforms until mid-2019 for uninterrupted access. See the support page for full details.