What is happening to the legacy Chadwyck-Healey Black Studies Center databases?
ProQuest currently has title-level information for the legacy Black Studies Center databases from provider Chadwyck-Healey in the Knowledgebase. Chadwyck-Healey's Black Studies Center has migrated to the ProQuest platform, and the dual-access period for these databases is scheduled to end as of August 25, 2021.
In order to maintain accurate and authoritative provider metadata (based on our Knowledgebase collection policy), all titles will be removed from the below databases, and the databases will be hidden in the Knowledgebase on September 1, 2021. The database will become a zero-titles database, and no future subscriptions will be possible. Please see the chart below for replacement databases from ProQuest:
|Retiring Chadwyck-Healey database||CH DB code||Replacement ProQuest database||PQ DB code|
|Black Abolitionist Papers (Legacy)||CI9||Black Abolitionist Papers||PQBAP; BSCPQ|
|Black Studies Center (Legacy)||PBS||Black Studies Center||BSCPQ|
|Black Studies Center: Black Literature Index (Legacy)||020||No PQ standalone equivalent; available via PQ Black Studies Center||BSCPQ|
|Black Studies Center: Dissertations (Legacy)||S4V||No PQ standalone equivalent; available via PQ Black Studies Center||BSCPQ|
|Black Studies Center: Newspaper Collection (Legacy)||-19||No PQ standalone equivalent; available via PQ Black Studies Center||BSCPQ|
|International Index to Black Periodicals Full Text (Legacy)||CIB||Black Studies Periodicals Database||BQOBL; BSCPQ|
|Schomburg Studies on the Black Experience (legacy)||PJY||No PQ standalone equivalent; available via PQ Black Studies Center||BSCPQ|
Actions you may need to take:
- If you are a 360 Resource Manager, 360 Counter, or Intota client, you may need to make some changes to your account settings before September 1:
- Article last edited: 09-Aug-2021