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Our Managing Your Migration webinar is especially for local ProQuest resource administrators who will be responsible for their institution’s migration to the all-new ProQuest platform. Please note that K-12 schools should plan to attend the K-12 Introduction to the New ProQuest Platform on May 9, May 13, or May 16, if possible.

Managing Your Migration picks up where the ProQuest Administrator Module introduction leaves off. Our trainers will walk you through the migration process with a customizable checklist, helpful tips, and suggestions. We’ll also explain how to take advantage of migration support tools such as the Step-By-Step Overview, Technical Requirements, Linking Instructions, Quick Start Reference Overview, User Guide, and downloadable promotional items such as posters, brochures, and more.

The 60-minute sessions on May 9 and May 17 will cover:

  • Migration Timeframe
  • Access Information
  • Checklist
    • Your Databases
    • ProQuest Administrator Module Set-up
    • Other Considerations
  • I’m Ready to Switch
  • Questions?

And, if haven’t had a chance to attend all of the platform webinars, you may want to take just a second now to sign up for one of these 60-minute sessions:

  • Introduction to the New ProQuest Platform: May 12 and May 17 and May 23
    Learn how the new ProQuest platform can make your life easier—and how users will be able to search, find, use, and share their research in exciting ways. We will also answer questions and show you how to access support, including tutorials, help pages and documentation.
  • K-12 Introduction to the New ProQuest Platform: May 9 and May 13 and May 16
  • New ProQuest Platform FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions): May 11 and May 24
    A great way to get answers to the questions we hear most such as: “How do I get started?” … “What has changed?” … and more. An open forum for additional questions will follow.
  • My Research: May 16 and June 21
    See how the powerful My Research tool—now on the new ProQuest platform—allows users to create a profile within their institutional account to save and organize search strategies and references, create and save RSS feeds, email alerts, tags, and shared lists.
  • ProQuest Administrator Module: May 9 and May 20 and May 26
    An overview of functions, features, and tips for local ProQuest resource administrators to obtain usage statistics, customize display settings, set up remote authentication, and create links to resources—support, tutorials, help pages, and documentation.
  • See all of the the live and recorded sessions that are available in several languages.

To request training for the new ProQuest platform or ProQuest databases, please email our dedicated training team.

Be sure to also check out our platform demo and the continuously updated list of databases on the new platform—and share these with your coworkers and users.

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