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Research Business and Ecological Sustainability in 5 Steps

From choosing a topic and narrowing it down, to selecting insightful and credible resources, ProQuest One Business can help.

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The Pros and Cons of Teaching with Primary Sources

Study Reveals the Challenges of Using Primary Sources at the Undergraduate Level – and Why It’s Worth the Effort.

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JSTOR Ebooks Now Available in the Rialto™ and OASIS® Marketplaces

Librarians can now acquire titles from JSTOR’s collection of 100,000 ebooks from 275 academic publishers through the Rialto and OASIS marketplaces.…

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ProQuest, NYU Pilot Program Offers Students and Faculty Instant Access to 150,000 Ebooks Via App

New York University Libraries and EdTech leader ProQuest have launched a pilot project that will make over 150,000 scholarly titles available to students and faculty via their mobile devices.…

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