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|Title:||Books on Project MUSE
|Access:||This collection of ebooks is available to authorized Southeastern users (on- or off-campus).
The ebooks on Project MUSE are available for unlimited simultaneous use.
|Category:||Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences; including Communication, English, Foreign Languages
& Literature, History & Political Science, Music & Dramatic Arts, Philosophy, Psychology,
Social Work, Sociology & Criminal Justice.
|Coverage:||This collection currently includes over 10,500 ebooks published from 2012 to 2019
by nearly 70 university presses and related scholarly publishers.
Update: Additional titles may be selected periodically.
|Content:||UPCC (University Press Content Consortium) Book Collections on Project MUSE offer
electronic books covering a variety of subjects in the humanities and social sciences
from noted university presses and scholarly publishers. Ebook titles published from
2012 to present are available to Southeastern users. Books are peer-reviewed and fully
|Help:||Project MUSE electronic books are in enhanced web-ready PDF format, searchable and
retrievable at the chapter level. A table of contents on each individual book page
allows for access to each chapter-level PDF, and for searching within the individual
book for the chapters containing the search term(s). MUSE book and journal content
may be searched simultaneously or separately.
Unlimited downloading and printing of book chapter PDF files is an included feature of the UPCC book collections. There are no restrictions on downloads or printing. There is no DRM (Digital Rights Management) on the UPCC electronic book files.
UPCC books are accessible on any computer or mobile device with a web browser and the capability to open PDF files, such as the iPhone or iPad.
Please visit the UPCC FAQ page for more information concerning content, access, downloading, and other information about the book collections: http://muse.jhu.edu/about/faq_books.html
|Notes:||Access to Books on Project MUSE published from 2015 through 2019 is provided with
funding from the Board of Regents as part of the Affordable Learning LOUISiana initiative.
Southeastern will have access to this collection of ebooks for 12 months (through
July 2019). At the end of this period, funds will be available to purchase some of
the ebooks from Project MUSE for permanent ownership.
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