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MUSE Meets 2021: Envision What's Next
What are the urgent issues facing publishers and librarians? What threats and opportunities will shape the future of digital publishing in the humanities and social sciences? What areas call for better communication and shared understanding? What's next for Project MUSE?
Share your ideas here about the most important issues we can ask speakers, panels, and roundtables to address during our MUSE Meets 2021: Envision What's Next virtual conference, April 27-30. Not sure what to suggest? You can still vote and comment, track the ideas that generate consensus and enthusiasm, and connect with colleagues who share your concerns and priorities. Be part of the conversation now, get inspired, and help shape our discussions in April!
The conversation will be ongoing January 5 - January 31, so jump in, speak up, and check back often for the latest ideas and hottest topics. Help us create an event that will be compelling, constructive, and inspiring for all stakeholders in digital scholarly publishing.
25 Years of Project MUSE
Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social science content for the scholarly community around the world.
Project MUSE debuted in 1995 as a collaboration between the Johns Hopkins University Press and the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at Johns Hopkins University, the first of its kind in scholarly humanities publishing. For 25 years, MUSE has been the trusted and reliable source of complete, full-text digital versions of hundreds of scholarly journals from many of the world's leading universities and scholarly societies, and starting in 2012, thousands of ebooks from many distinguished academic presses. Today, Project MUSE is still a not-for-profit collaboration with the goal of disseminating quality scholarship via a sustainable model that meets the needs of both libraries and publishers around the world.
Project MUSE's mission is to promote the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide. As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we invite our global community to join us in envisioning the future of scholarly communications for the next 25 years and beyond.
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Hello and welcome to MUSE Meets 2021! I'm Kelley Squazzo, Director of Publisher Relations and Content Development at Project MUSE, and the Conversa...Net Votes: 4 Number of Comments: 0