The eLibrary® database efficiently guides novice researchers to identify research topics and find authoritative information to support research. Presented on the award-winning ProQuest platform, eLibrary offers two methods of access: a custom Guided Research application, and as part of the unified platform, assuring fit-for-purpose use. The responsively-designed user interface offers access on any device at any time and users can cross-search eLibrary with other ProQuest databases, improving your library’s return-on-investment.
For more information about the eLibrary, navigate to the Content Page [Make sure this link goes to the correct page. The URL behind this link will change depending on the friendly URL of the LG you are editing].
eLibrary resides on the ProQuest Platform. More information on the ProQuest Platform is available on the ProQuest Platform LibGuide.
This session will explain the content of eLibrary and illustrate its major student and educator features. By the end of this session you will be able to: differentiate the structure, content, and purpose of Research Topics; select and utilize search options and results; and locate and choose resources for enhancing student research and educator engagement. Duration: 5 min 16 sec
All ProQuest K-12 resources offer integrations with outside cloud or learning services. eLibrary and SIRS provide integrations for cloud services Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive, and the classroom education tool Google Classroom. CultureGrams provides integration for cloud service Google Drive, and the classroom education tool Google Classroom. This session applies to how these integrations work within all ProQuest K-12 resources. Duration: 5 min 57 sec
This session explores the new Guided Research version of eLibrary, describes Research Topics and educator tools incorporated into eLibrary Guided Research, and explains how eLibrary Guided Research connects with eLibrary on the ProQuest platform. Duration: 33 Minutes