- Type of source: full-text database
- Documents: papers / books / dissertations / newspapers / other documents
- Format: PDF
- Specialisation: multidisciplinary
- Period covered: 1962–present day
- Publication language: multilingual
- Interface language: multilingual
- Downloads available: yes
- Off-line loans available: no
- Video guides (English only)
ProQuest is a multidisciplinary database providing access to the full texts of journals, books, dissertations and other publications. A single interface also provides access to the digital library Ebrary.
The ASL licence provides access to six main databases from the ProQuest Central and ProQuest STM collections:
ProQuest Central is currently the largest aggregated full-text database on the market. In addition to specialised journals, conference proceedings and papers, it also provides access to hundreds of American, Canadian and international newspapers, dissertations and to business information from more than forty countries. Thanks to its broad focus, it serves as a central source for researchers working in all fields. It contains documents from 1971 to the present day.
ProQuest Hospital Collection
Hospital Collection offers an extensive collection of journals, dissertations and other evidence-based sources in medicine.
ProQuest Natural Science Collection
Natural Science Collection is a database focusing on both the natural sciences and education in the natural sciences. Thanks to deep indexing, it enables content searches at the level of individual images, graphs and tables. It includes documents from 1693 to the present day.
ProQuest Science Journals
Science Journal is a source suitable for students and scientists in applied and theoretical science. It features documents covering a period from the middle of the nineteen eighties to the present day.
ProQuest Technology Collection (1962–present day)
Technology Collection covers a complete range of technological research and development thanks to a combination of full texts and an extensive index of global branch literature. It covers a time period from 1962 to the present day.