Stock Status Indications

Users can sort or filter title results by Stock Status. See also Rush Orders.

In the browse row (upper screen of OASIS), you will see stock descriptions that indicate the availability of the title. Hover over the browse row status or see the Title Details tab (bottom screen, right-hand side above the jacket image) for additional details.

Title availability definitions: (Statuses may vary by region)

 
  • In stock / Rush available  This title is held in ProQuest inventory, or by a supplier holding enough inventory to guarantee rush delivery, and will therefore be sent to fulfill an order more quickly than if ordering directly through the publisher.
  • In stock  This title is held in a supplier's inventory, but rush shipping cannot be guaranteed. (Phone rush is still available.)
  • Ebook available – This title is available on an ebook platform for immediate purchase and can be viewed using the See inside the book link.

  • Not yet published – This title is not yet published but you can still place an order that will be filled upon publication.
  • Usually ships in 1-2 weeks* – Based on past availability of similar titles, ProQuest expects to be able to ship this title within 1-2 weeks, excluding cataloging and processing. Shelf ready services may add additional time to this estimate.
  • Usually ships in 2-3 weeks* – Based on past availability of similar titles, ProQuest expects to be able to ship this title within 2-3 weeks, excluding cataloging and processing. Shelf ready services may add additional time to this estimate.
  • Usually ships in 3-4 weeks* – Based on past availability of similar titles, ProQuest expects to be able to ship this title within 3-4 weeks, excluding cataloging and processing. Shelf ready services may add additional time to this estimate.
  • Usually ships in 4+ weeks – Based on past availability of similar titles, ProQuest expects this title to take at least 4 weeks to ship. Particularly common for international titles.​
  • iFound ordering – Title is known to be out of print or otherwise unavailable from ProQuest, but it may be available through the iFound service. Users may click on the iFound icon to the right of the title to search for new and used copies of the title from Alibris, which will then be sourced and invoiced through ProQuest.
    If
    the iFound link is not visible in the browse row, users should contact their Customer Service representative to sign up for this service.
  • OASIS accepts orders – ProQuest does not have enough information about this title to provide a reliable estimate, however customers can still place orders for these titles and ProQuest will attempt to source them.
  • OASIS accepts orders / iFound – ProQuest will attempt to source the title on the customer's behalf or, customers may use the iFound icon to the right of the title to search for new or used titles available from Alibris, which will then be sourced and invoiced through ProQuest.
  • Out of Print / iFound – Titles known to be out of print may have the iFound icon to the right of the title, which customers may use to search for new and used copies of the title from Alibris, which will then be sourced and invoiced through ProQuest.
  • Not available – Title is known to be out of print with no iFound availability, or the title was withdrawn prior to publication or is otherwise unavailable for sale from ProQuest.