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Abe Novick

Project MUSE
Director, Sales and Marketing
Baltimore, Maryland

We are thrilled to be here at the Music Library Association/Theatre Library Association Conference 2021! Please visit us in the Remo exhibit hall during the scheduled breaks, and reach out if you have any questions regarding Project MUSE or to set up time for a meeting.

Here are some times you can see a demo via Remo with us.

Monday, 3/1
Main exhibits 2:00-3:00
Break 4:00-4:30

Tues 3/2
Break 1:30-2:00
Main exhibits 3:30-4:30

Weds 3/3
Break 1:30-2:00
Main exhibits 3:30-4:30

Thurs 3/4
Main exhibits 1:30-2:30
Break 4:00-4:30 (MBS present)

Fri 3/5
Break 1:00-1:30
Main exhibits 3:00-4:00

Stop by for a quick Project MUSE showcase on Thursday, 3/4 @1:35PM EST!

Melanie Schaffner, Director of Sales & Marketing - mschaffner.muse@jhu.edu
Doug Storm - Field Sales & Library Relations- dstorm.muse@jhu.edu
Lance Tieperman - Inside Sales and Library Support - ltieperman.muse.jhu.edu

NEW for 2021: Project MUSE is now offering a MUSIC book subject collection! The collection is expected to include over 60 newly-published titles from our university press partners including Indiana University Press, University of California Press, Princeton University Press, University of Illinois Press, and many others. We also offer a subject collection in Film, Theater, and Dance.

Project MUSE has been an integral part of the scholarly communications ecosystem for 25 years, providing affordable access to essential humanities and social science research from respected not-for-profit publishers. Currently, Project MUSE is the trusted and reliable source for over 700 journals and over 60,000 books, from more than 200 of the world's leading university presses and scholarly societies. The MUSE platform also hosts thousands of open access books and several open access journal titles, freely available to anyone worldwide.

Benefits of Project MUSE:
No DRM - unlimited simultaneous usage, no restrictions on printing and downloading
Integration with major library discovery services
Search and browse books & journals on a single platform
Free MARC records and KBART files
COUNTER-compliant usage statistics
Responsive, accessible, mobile-friendly interface
Archiving and preservation via Portico

Contact us to learn more about Project MUSE products for your library, our resources for teaching and research, and our hosting services for not-for-profit publications.

More Information (Download PDFs):

Project MUSE Journals
Project MUSE Books
EBA on Project MUSE

Film, Theatre & Performing Arts & Music
Project MUSE for Independent Scholars
Use Project MUSE in your Teaching

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