As we look toward the beginning of the semester, we have some database changes we want to tell you about.
The first is that several of our Proquest databases have undergone a name change in order to make the discovery process more uniform:
Proquest Black Newspapers is now Black Newspapers
Proquest Computing is now Computing
Proquest Education Journals is now Education Journals
Proquest Health Management is now Health Management
Proquest Newspapers is now National Newspapers Premier
Proquest Nursing and Allied Health Source is now Nursing and Allied Health Source
Proquest Psychology Journals is now Psychology Journals
Proquest Science Journals is not Science Journals
Proquest Social Science Journals is now Social Science Journals
You may also notice that all of our databases that were supplied by Wilson have been switched to a new, Ebsco interface. We have updated all of our Best Bets and class guides to reflect these changes, and to ensure that this translation is seamless. If you have any questions, or if you encounter any problems, please contact Curtis Ferree, Electronic Resources Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org.