Supporting Digital Scholarship
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After two years of development and testing funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities, Project MUSE launches 12 JHU Press journals to 53 subscribing institutions. This visionary collaboration between the Press and the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at Johns Hopkins is a first for scholarly publishing in the humanities. Support from early adopters, including the Oberlin Group of liberal arts college libraries and the VIVA Library consortium of Virginia, helped introduce many students and researchers to MUSE.
“In these times of iPhones and Facebook and Google, it’s hard to describe now how revolutionary that launch felt, and how much the World-Wide-Web and Mosaic made us believe it was possible to succeed! If I had to say what made me most proud, it was overcoming the many hurdles involved with shifting from paper to electronic distribution — and thus helping to reduce pollution from paper mills and contribute to preserving the environment”—Sue Lewis, former MUSE staff member
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