Tag Archives: Project MUSE

Project MUSE offers nearly 300 “HTML5” open access books on re-designed platform

(21 September 2018, Baltimore, MD) Nearly 300 open access (OA) books are now available from Project MUSE, the highly-acclaimed online collection of humanities and social science scholarship, on a newly designed platform that represents a major step forward in OA publishing in these fields.  The books will be delivered in a highly-discoverable and adaptable format […]


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Project MUSE Implements Campus Activated Subscriber Access (CASA) in Cooperation with Google Scholar, improving off-campus and mobile access to full text

(12 October 2017) Project MUSE, the trusted source for humanities and social science content from university presses and scholarly publishers, has expanded its relationship with Google Scholar to include implementation of Campus Activated Subscriber Access (CASA), providing seamless access to subscribed or purchased content for an institution’s users even when off campus or from a […]


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Project MUSE Launches 2015 UPCC Book Collections

(30 October 2014) Project MUSE is now accepting orders for its forthcoming 2015 UPCC Book Collections on MUSE. Books from three new participating publishers are included in the collections, which include a number of new offerings for the upcoming year. Over 37,500 book titles, from more than 100 not-for profit publishers, will be available on […]


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Project MUSE announces eight new publishers to join UPCC in 2014

CUHK’s Chinese University Press is among them (Baltimore, MD, 18 June 2013)   Eight distinguished scholarly presses, including the recently-revived University of Missouri Press and the Chinese University Press, are confirmed to join the University Press Content Consortium (UPCC) and make their books available digitally on the Project MUSE platform in 2014. Cornell University Press, Northern Illinois […]


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Project MUSE partners with HighWire

(Baltimore, MD & Stanford, CA,  3 April 2013)  The Johns Hopkins University Press (JHUP) has reached an agreement with Stanford University’s HighWire Press to transition to the HighWire Open Platform as the new digital hosting and delivery platform for Project MUSE. Over the past year, JHUP and its digital publishing unit Project MUSE have conducted […]


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Single title purchasing of UPCC books on MUSE now available through YBP

(28 March 2013) Single-title purchasing of selected digital books from the University Press Content Consortium (UPCC) on the Project MUSE platform is now available through MUSE’s partnership with YBP Library Services. Over 14,000 UPCC titles in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences may be discovered and ordered via GOBI3 (Global Online Bibliographic Information), YBP’s […]


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