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ProQuest is not one database, but many different products that are visible through the same type of search screen. If you would like to search all ProQuest databases that SMU has access to, you can do so from the Basic Search screen. To change which databases you are searching, click the drop down box in the upper left hand corner and select the appropriate database.
SMU has access to many different databases through ProQuest. These include ABI/Inform (a business source), Dissertations and Theses, and primary sources such as American Periodicals Series and New York Times Historical. You can search for these on the A-Z list at the bottom of the "Online Resources" page.