SIPX + ProQuest

SIPX was created out of Stanford research to help students get the content they need quickly, easily and cost effectively.

Since then we’ve saved students an average of 20 to 35 percent by reducing course materials costs and leveraging library subscriptions to eliminate redundant spending.

Now as part of ProQuest, we’re excited that our passion for building innovations and connections to support higher education content needs will reach new scale.



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Digital Course Materials Made Simple

Intuitive set-up tools and real-time pricing information to reduce student cost of education and improve copyright compliance.


Assess and Adjust with Relevant Analytics

Whether you’re a teacher, administrator, librarian or content creator, SIPX’s analytics and engagement data help you stay in touch with school and student needs and behaviors.


Flexible Modules and Pricing to Meet Your Needs

E-reserves, campus courses, MOOCs, continuing studies, online education…SIPX has the solution and pricing to help you get started and see results. FAST.


Notre Dame sees 50% savings with SIPX

Learn more about how Notre Dame Libraries started using SIPX to support its library course reserves (“e-reserves”) and, as a result, instantly saved more than 50% of their e-reserves copyright permissions budget.

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Learn more about how SIPX saves students and schools money, while making education better


“We’ve been using the SIPX service since inception, and this system solves problems that no other technology has been able to fix. From day one we’ve experienced benefits such as a streamlined process for managing digital reading lists, more efficient copyright licensing, and enhanced impact from better subscription budget management.”

Michael A. Keller, University Librarian and Director of Academic Information Resources, Stanford University

Ready to Get Started?

Educator? Librarian? Administrator? Publisher? Creator? We will show you how SIPX helps you achieve your goals faster, better and at lower cost.