How the Use of Varied Content Types Drives Impact in Research, Teaching and Learning
Sponsored by ProQuestRecorded on 08/07/2018
Peer-reviewed journals are still essential for research and teaching, but the mix of content used by faculty and students is expanding to include primary sources, ebooks, video and much more. But why are researchers and students choosing the content they do, and how can libraries keep up? Attend this webinar, and be among the first to learn the results of a 2018 global survey by ProQuest that provides insights on…
- What content types faculty recommend to students – and why
- What content types students actually use
- What libraries and academic institutions can do to stay ahead of content trends
Senior Product Marketing Manager
Mark is responsible for ProQuest’s subscription databases including ABI/INFORM and ProQuest Central. He has over 15 years of experience in academic publishing and is based in Cambridge, UK.
Product Marketing Manager, Lead
Barb is responsible for marketing ProQuest’s Primary Source Collections. Barb has over 30 years of marketing experience in product, database and direct marketing and is based in Ann Arbor, MI.
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