Summary

ProQuest is pleased to inform you that ProQuest Learning: Literature (PQLL) and History Study Center (HSC) have moved to the award-winning ProQuest Platform. This move to the ProQuest Platform offers customers and users of these K-12 discipline resources more current and varied content, an enhanced user experience, and the option to search multiple products at the same time.

Customers do not need to take any action. The current sites will automatically redirect to the ProQuest Platform. Please make note of this change, there is no dual access period (the sites will not run in parallel).


FAQ—Frequently Asked Questions

What is happening?
ProQuest Learning: Literature (PQLL) and History Study Center (HSC) are moving onto the ProQuest Platform. 
Customers do not need to take any action. The current sites will automatically redirect to the ProQuest Platform. Please make note of this change, there is no dual access period (the sites will not run in parallel).

When will ProQuest Learning: Literature and History Study Center become available on the ProQuest Platform?
PQLL and HSC moved from their current legacy platforms onto ProQuest Platform on August 2, 2021.

Does this change apply to my institution?
These changes are applicable to:
  1. Subscribers of ProQuest Learning: Literature (PQLL)
  2. Subscribers of History Study Center (HSC)
  3. Subscribers of the eLibrary Curriculum Edition bundle. This bundle consists of (a) eLibrary, (b) ProQuest Learning: Literature, and (c) History Study Center
What are the old, and the new product URLs?
 Legacy product URLNew Product URL (August 2021)
Automatically redirect – No action needed
No dual-access period
ProQuest Learning: Literature (PQLL)http://literature.proquestlearning.com/www.proquest.com/pqll
History Study Center (HSC)http://www.historystudycenter.com/www.proquest.com/hsc

Is there a dual access period where both legacy and new sites will be running in parallel? 
No. There will be a redirect to the new versions of each respective product (History Study Center and ProQuest Learning: Literature) on the award-winning ProQuest Platform. This change has been implemented as of August 2, 2021.  The cutover to the new sites is automatic. There is no action required of customers.

Why is this change happening? 
We are investing in these key K12 discipline literature and history products to continue to help our customers support teaching and learning at their institutions.

What will customers gain from access to ProQuest Learning: Literature and History Study Center on the ProQuest Platform?
An updated feature-rich product experience with access to a more modern platform, the award-winning ProQuest Platform. Included are such valued features as: More current content including articles from the latest issues of journals and magazines relating to literature (PQLL) and history (HSC), and continual content updates as they become available. 

A helpful cross-search with the ability to cross-search content from either HSC or PQLL with content from one or more other ProQuest Platform products, including eLibrary, ProQuest Central Student, Historical Newspapers, among others.

Will bookmarked document URL's from History Study Center and ProQuest Learning Literature continue to work after the move to the ProQuest Platform?
As of August 2, 2021, the legacy History Study Center and ProQuest Learning: Literature product sites will automatically redirect to the ProQuest Platform. For users who have bookmarked or "deep linked" to specific documents, those document-level bookmarked links will redirect to the main product home page, not to the respective individual document.

What is ProQuest Learning: Literature? 
ProQuest Learning: Literature (PQLL) is a rich literature solution for schools that offers multiple literary traditions and perspectives. PQLL supports key student use cases such as introducing high school literature students to authors from diverse backgrounds and perspectives. Editorially created topic pages include hundreds of author biographies, literary work summaries and analyses, and genre and movement pages.  Journal, magazine, and other content types provide authoritative and current coverage of famous and lesser-known novelists, poets, and playwrights, as well as much-studied topics like the Harlem Renaissance, the Beat Generation, and Transcendentalism.
 
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Fig 1: ProQuest Learning: Literature

What is History Study Center? 
History Study Center (HSC) is a curated collection of full-text journals and popular magazines which provide expansive coverage of a wide range of global historical topics and themes. The collection of authoritative current and archival secondary sources offers vital context and varied perspectives on thousands of topics from world history.  Authoritative and engaging, the History Study Center provides a launching point for the study of history from ancient times through today. HSC supports students preparing to complete the Cambridge International AS and A Level Global Perspectives & Research project, as well as completion of the Advanced Placement U.S. History and Advanced Placement World History examinations and course work.
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Fig 2: History Study Center

What is eLibrary Curriculum Edition bundle? 
The eLibrary Curriculum Edition is a bundle of three products sold together including eLibrary, ProQuest Learning: Literature, and History Study Center.

I have other questions that are not answered. What should I do? 
If your question is not answered or if you need further assistance please contact our support team or your account representative.