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Updated eLibrary Title Lists Available

eLibProQuest released updated title lists for its popular eLibrary product line!

Title lists for all editions of eLibrary have recently been updated and released for distribution from our ProQuestk12.com web site.

Follow the links below to get your .xls version of the product title list to which your institution subscribes:

All the title lists, besides eLibrary Australasia, eLibrary Science and eLibrary Elementary, include a complete list of the almost 10,000 editor-created and curated Research Topics pages, a feature unique to eLibrary among aggregated database products.

Curriculum Edition title lists include periodical and special collections titles for ProQuest Learning Literature and History Study Center.

All title lists include information about whether the titles are current feeds, the date of the earliest publication in the product for the title as well as the date of the most recent publication (i.e. the coverage dates).

New title lists are distributed for eLibrary about every two months.

Find Primary Sources in eLibrary

eLibrary is well regarded as a source of premier secondary sources like The Economist, The New Yorker, The Los Angeles Times and Popular Science to name just a few of the thousands of active and historic periodicals represented in the K12 product. However, it is less well known that there are a plethora of primary source documents available in eLibrary K12 as well.Bounty

For example, there are a number of books in the Oxford University Press Pages from History series included with 100% full-text and inline images and captions.  The Series offers a mixture of textual and visual primary source documents, including diaries, letters, sermons, newspaper columns, and poems supplemented and explained by compelling narrative text. The documents are ideal length for classroom discussion and are inviting to visually-oriented students. The list of titles appear below:

  • The American Revolution: A History in Documents
  • The Bill of Rights: A History in Documents
  • The Civil War: A History in Documents
  • The Cold War: A History in Documents
  • Colonial America: A History in Documents
  • Encounters in the New World: A History in Documents
  • The Gilded Age: A History in Documents
  • Twentieth Century China: A History in Documents
  • The Vietnam War: A History in Documents
  • World War I: A History in Documents

The World Book Year Books and World Book Science Year Books offer a listing of the most significant world events of each year.  Published since 1921, the World Book Year Book is known as an authoritative reference in the field and provides insight into what the conventional wisdom was about the events & people cataloged in the volume of a particular year.

For example, the entry for the year 1963 on Smoking, details the Surgeon General’s report on the health effects of smoking, but includes a comment by the then American Medical Association president: “Dr. Edward R. Annis urged everyone to ‘give careful attention’ to the report, but said, ‘it is unrealistic to assume that the American people are suddenly going to quit smoking.‘”

The 1927 entry on the early experiments in the creation of television posited: “It is confidently expected that within a few years a family may sit in front of the radio and see action pictures of any athletic event, as a baseball or football game, or may see a statesman in his familiar poses as he delivers an address to a thousand people.

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Short video clips from the MPI Media group offer insights into topics as diverse as world affairs, fashion, sports and the arts from various periods in the Twentieth Century.

The Getty Historical Image collection offers hundreds of iconic images from the Twentieth Century, perfect for inclusion in student or teacher presentations.

Updated eLibrary Title Lists Available

santa listThe holidays are a time of giving. With the holidays fast approaching, ProQuest is giving you updated title lists for its popular eLibrary product line!

Title lists for all editions of eLibrary have recently been updated and released for distribution. Follow the links below to get your .xls version of the product title list to which your institution subscribes:

All the title lists, besides eLibrary Australasia, eLibrary Science and eLibrary Elementary, include a complete list of the more than 8,000 editor-created and curated Research Topics pages, a feature unique to eLibrary among aggregated database products.

Curriculum Edition title lists include periodical and special collections titles for ProQuest Learning Literature and History Study Center.

All title lists include information about whether the titles are current feeds, the date of the earliest publication in the product for the title as well as the date of the most recent publication (i.e. the coverage dates).

New title lists are distributed for eLibrary about every two months.

List of Books by Subject in eLibrary

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eLibrary and eLibrary Curriculum Edition (as well as the Canadian counterparts of those two products) include hundreds of full text books and book collections, many with inline images and some even with brief video clips. These books across the spectrum, from biographies, histories, and factbooks to encyclopedias, year books and almanacs. Publishers include such recognized names as Houghton-Mifflin, Dorling Kindersley, Britannica, World Book and World Almanac.

Books are segmented by chapter or entry and are cross-searchable with the wide range of other eLibrary content sources, including periodicals, web sites, maps and multimedia. Unlike conventional eBooks, these books are not designed to be loaded in common eBook readers like Nook or Kindle. However, because eLibrary is available via tablet devices like the iPad, users can have a simulated eBook experience by viewing the eLibrary books on their tablet web browser of choice.

For a comprehensive list of digitized books by category in eLibrary, visit the ProQuest web site.

New Title Lists Posted for eLibrary

Just in time for Christmas!

Title lists for all editions of eLibrary have recently been updated and released for distribution. Follow the links below to get your .xls version of the product title list to which your institution subscribes:

All the title lists, besides eLibrary Australasia, eLibrary Science and eLibrary Elementary, include a complete list of the more than 7,000 editor-created and curated Research Topics pages, a feature unique to eLibrary. Curriculum Edition title lists include periodical and special collections titles for ProQuest Learning Literature and History Study Center.

All title lists include information about whether the titles are current feeds, the date of the earliest publication in the product for the title as well as the date of the most recent publication (i.e. the coverage dates). New title lists are distributed for eLibrary about every two months.