Project MUSE Search

Humanities and social sciences peer-reviewed academic journals and ebooks from university presses and scholarly societies world-wide.

Access

Public note

Access database

Alternate names

ProjectMuse

Content type

Partial full-text database

Provider

Project Muse

Open access

No

Subjects

Anthropology, Communication, Contemporary Arts, Dance, Dialogue, English - Drama, English - Fiction, English - General, English - Poetry, Film, First Nations, French Literature, Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies, General & Multidisciplinary, History, Humanities, Liberal Studies, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, Theatre, Visual Arts, World Literature

Course Pack Print

Permitted

Course Pack Note

Distribute a copy of individual journals in print or electronic form to Authorized Users, including the distribution of a copy for noncommercial educational purpose, to each individual student (Authorized User) in a class at a Participating Member's institution.

Use a persistent URL, or durable URL, to a journal article for courses of instruction offered by the Participating Member, where access is restricted to students enrolled in the course, to instructors, and to library staff maintaining the link, an such access is limited to the duration of the course. Each item should carry an appropriate acknowledgement of the source, copyright, and publisher, and the links to such items shall be deleted by the Participating Members when they are no longer required for such purpose.

Provide links to MUSE full text content in course pages, e-syllabi, e-reserves, and electronic learning environments such as but not restricted to systems such as Blackboard.

Course Reserve Electronic Copy

Permitted

Course Reserve Note

Distribute a copy of individual journals in print or electronic form to Authorized Users, including the distribution of a copy for noncommercial educational purpose, to each individual student (Authorized User) in a class at a Participating Member's institution.

Use a persistent URL, or durable URL, to a journal article for courses of instruction offered by the Participating Member, where access is restricted to students enrolled in the course, to instructors, and to library staff maintaining the link, an such access is limited to the duration of the course. Each item should carry an appropriate acknowledgement of the source, copyright, and publisher, and the links to such items shall be deleted by the Participating Members when they are no longer required for such purpose.

Provide links to MUSE full text content in course pages, e-syllabi, e-reserves, and electronic learning environments such as but not restricted to systems such as Blackboard.

Interlibrary loan electronic

Permitted

Interlibrary loan note

Facsimile images that are exact representations of the print journal pages or of printouts from the electronic database may be provided for interlibrary loan under CONTU guidelines and distributed in paper, fax, or digital form. [Section "Permitted" B.6]