ProQuest: Publishers

Although, ProQuest is not a very big database at Bank Street, many patrons are familiar and comfortable with it from time at other institutions. ProQuest has a different feel. Here’s how to find out about publications in ProQuest:

ProQuest Full Text Search

  • Click Publications in the top left-hand corner
  • Type in Mathematics in the Look up subjects box
  • In the pull-down menu in the second box next to Search, select In subject or In publication summary
  • In the right-hand side of the page you can narrow down your search to Scholarly Journals (16),  Magazines (2), and Trade Journals (1) – altogether 19 publications.

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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  1. […] Find out the top publications for a subject in our databases. Here’s how to do it for EBSCOHost, Omnifile and Proquest. […]

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