MUSE Discoverability Partners

Project MUSE cooperates with the following organizations to facilitate convenient discovery of MUSE journal and book content and seamless linking to the full-text in MUSE.

Institutions must have a Project MUSE license to access full-text MUSE content through these services. For further information regarding the discovery services provided by these groups, please contact the organization directly. Library service providers interested in establishing a business relationship with MUSE should contact Customer Support. Libraries may set up links to their OpenURL-compliant linking server for content retrieved in Project MUSE searches.

Discovery and Linking Partners:

  • ACLS Humanities E-Book (books)
  • ARC / NINES (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship) (journals and books)
  • Brepols Publishers (journals and books)
  • CNKI (journals and books)
  • CrossRef ( journals)
  • EBSCO [A-Z, EBSCO Discovery Services] (journals and books)
  • Ex Libris [Primo Central] (journals)
  • Ex Libris [Alma] (books)
  • Google (journals and books)
  • J-Gate (journals and books)
  • Meta [Sciencescape] (journals)
  • Microsoft Academic Search (journals and books)
  • Minerva M/e/o/s (journals)
  • MLA Bibliography (journals and books)
  • Naver Academic (journals)
  • OCLC [Knowledgebase] (journals and books)
  • Philosophy Documentation Center (journals)
  • ProQuest [Summon Service] (journals and books)
  • ReadCube [Labtiva] (journals)
  • SCOPUS [Elsevier] (books)
  • SocialNAR (journals)
  • Softweco Group [Naviga] (journals)  
  • TDNet (journals and books)
  • Third Iron [BrowZine] (journals)
  • Wikipedia Library (journals and books)
  • Yewno [Discover] (journals and books)