October 7, 2015

Serials: At Least 11 New Journal Titles Coming to Project MUSE For 2015, Journal Collection List Prices For Next Year Now Available

From Project MUSE Newsletter:

Project MUSE is pleased to announce that 11 new titles have been confirmed to join MUSE in 2015. MUSE expects to announce additional new titles within the coming weeks. The 11 new titles add depth to core MUSE subjects including Literature, History, and Language and Linguistics.  All new titles are included in the Premium Collection.  See the list of new titles confirmed to date.

Selected new and existing titles may be added to the other collections each year. See Additions to Collections other than Premium for titles that will be added in 2015 to the other collections.

List prices for the six journal collections are now available for North American academic and public libraries. Specific information regarding 2015 institutional renewals will be distributed to current subscribers and consortium affiliates in August. Libraries that subscribe via a consortial arrangement should inquire about renewal options with their consortium offices. Renewal conversations for institutions outside of North America are currently in process.

Read the Complete Announcement

Direct to New Titles List and Spreadsheets
As of August 4, 2015.

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