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Project MUSE Boosts Search Functionality

Project MUSE customers can now use the new Advanced Search function to conduct searches from any page of the digital content provider’s site. With this enhancement, users can search MUSE books and journals instantly using a host of new parameters.

Project MUSE reevaluated its search tools based on customer feedback; users can now define searches by research area, journal title, language, or publication date. The database of 500-plus journal titles is available for combined search alongside MUSE’s more than 22,000 books, and customers can expand their searches to include all relevant results beyond those titles to which they have full-text access.

Project MUSE intends to ease the transition for customers who want to use the new features by offering a Quick Search Guide and a tutorial on YouTube.

Source: Project MUSE



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