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ProQuest Central

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Scope

ProQuest Central gives full-text access to thousands of journals covering more than 160 subject areas.

It also provides access to: hundreds of full text U.S., Canadian and international newspapers including The Wall Street Journal: more than 50,000 full text dissertations; and thousands of market reports across 43 industries in 40 countries, spanning the UK, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific, North America, and Latin America.

Search all the content simultaneously or click on 'Change databases' at the top of the screen to select specific ones.

Some key databases included in ProQuest Central are:

Help & guidance

ProQuest Central LibGuide

Contact your subject liaison librarian for additional advice on using these resources.

EndNote info

You can save your references into EndNote in the following ways:

For both versions follow these instructions to save the useful references:

  1. Select the references you want to save by ticking the boxes to the left of the results list for each item.
  2. Once you have some selected, click on 'Save' at the top right of the results list.
  3. Then select 'RIS (works with EndNote, Citavi, etc)'
  4. A screen will appear where you can select what information to export (where available). Click 'Continue'.
  5. A file of references is created. 
  6. Using Desktop EndNote? Just 'Open' the file to import your references automatically. 
    Using EndNote online? Save the file and then import into EndNote online (using the 'RefMan RIS' import option).

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