CultureGrams Progress Report

With the year more than half over, we thought it would be a good time to update you on what we’ve been up to for the first seven months of the year. CultureGrams is always a product on the move. We’re adding new content (new Kids Edition reports, photos, slideshows, video, interviews, etc.), reviewing and updating the content that is already there, adding new features, and doing all that we can to make CultureGrams the premier product of its kind in the market. So what have we added for so far this year? Here is a partial list of exciting new additions:

Plus we are just about to release an improved user interface for CultureGrams that is better designed for use on mobile devices, that will offer improved performance and easier navigation, and that will align more effectively with other ProQuest K-12 products. Below is a sneak peek, but more details are forthcoming.

New CultureGrams User Interface

CultureGrams just keeps getting better and better. And there is even more to come in 2015. Stay tuned for the latest details.

Kip Clark

Kip Clark is a Supervising Editor at CultureGrams. He has been with ProQuest for over 15 years. Prior to his employment with ProQuest, Kip worked as a writing and humanities instructor, editor, research assistant, furniture shipper, flower presser, and cookie maker. He has a BA and MA in English, with an emphasis on the literature of the American West. Kip has traveled throughout much of Western Europe, as well as to Kenya, Uganda, Canada, Israel, and Russia. His interests include cooking, reading, playing racquetball, and collecting spinning tops.

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