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Friday, June 18 • 10:00am - 10:30am
Cracking the Collections Basket (Project MUSE)

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  • A new book sales model: The Project MUSE Book Custom Collections – which, just as it sounds, allows libraries to come and browse all single book content using BISAC categories to create a unique collection. Titles that may be not have been in our Philosophy & Religion collections due to having a different primary subject designation can now be discovered and purchased.
  • You can still buy content in MUSE-created annual Subject and Area Studies Collections (such as American Studies, Literature, History, Political Science, Philosophy & Religion, etc.) as well as via participation in our EBA program, or via a third-party vendor like GOBI or OASIS
  • And don't forget the Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible!
  • We will also discuss “what’s new” in our Journal Collections as well as detail journals that are not included in collections.
  • Resources for Instructors – MUSE in Focus
  • Open Access on MUSE 

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Doug Storm

Sales Manager, US & Canada, Project MUSE
Project MUSE collaborates with hundreds of mission-driven organizations to curate quality scholarship in the humanities and social sciences. We have book collections available in both Music and Film, Theater and the Performing Arts, as well as a number of specific journals of interest... Read More →
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Lance Tieperman

Inside Sales and Library Support, Project Muse

Friday June 18, 2021 10:00am - 10:30am CDT