This article explores the results of a study conducted by Louisiana State University Libraries to determine the strengths and weaknesses of three aggregator databases: EBSCO Academic Search Premier, Gale Expanded Academic ASAP, and ProQuest Research Library Core. Main ideas discussed are title coverage, full-text availability, and search features. It is hoped that this article will aid institutions in determining the acquisition of an aggregator database that best meets their institutional needs.
Blessinger, K. D., & Olle, M. (2003). Comparison of Three Primary Aggregator Databases. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/libraries_pubs/42