(3 September 2015, Cambridge, UK) ProQuest has further enhanced access to research this summer with the launch of the next database of Early European Books (EEB) with Collection 7, making another 7,450 titles available. This will bring the EEB program to more than 40,000 titles and 14 million pages of valuable images from the early modern period. The total number of page images in EEB now surpasses the number of page images in ProQuest’s acclaimed Early English Books Online, EEBO database. The continual development of EEB reflects ProQuest’s commitment to digitizing unique content from the early modern period, enabling researchers to go deeper in their area of expertise and generate superior outcomes.
Learn more about EEB: http://www.proquest.com/products-services/databases/eeb.html.
Further details are in the press release.