5 April 2019
The library at the University of Exeter has invested in 75 multidisciplinary research databases from ProQuest, giving staff and students access to millions of pages of primary sources for research, teaching and learning.
The University of Exeter has campuses in Exeter and Cornwall and is known for its research prominence and for delivering an excellent education. Caroline Gale, Library Liaison Manager at the University of Exeter, worked with ProQuest to expand the library’s collections strategically, focusing on digital resources.
“The University of Exeter chose to work with ProQuest because these 75 databases support the unique research projects already underway at Exeter, such as the 21st Century Research Library Initiative – which aims to enhance research resources for academic staff and PhD students in the humanities and social sciences,” said James Anthony-Edwards, University Librarian at the University of Exeter.
Primary source archives include: