Results What do the icons mean? You can limit your results by selecting Next to the journal or book titles, there various options in the boxes on the right. are colored circles. U. Grant Miller You can limit by content type, access, These circles indicate the level of access Library research area, author, and language. you have through Project Muse as a W&J Just click on a box and the database will student. automatically refresh your results to reflect your selection. Help Guide If the article you want is restricted, click on the [Find using OpenURL] link. Project Muse Project Muse is a liberal arts database of indexed and peer-reviewed journals in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Project This will open a W&J library page that will Muse provides access to show whether or not we have the article 340 full-text journals from in another database. If we do have it, you can click on the 1995 to present. article or journal link to go directly to the article or journal in another database. If we don’t have it, you can use Interlibrary Loan to request it from another library. From the library’s website, go to User Washington & Jefferson College Services > Interlibrary Loan > article request form.
How to Use Project Muse In the Publishers tab, click on a publisher’s To search, type your keywords or search name to see a list of books or journals from terms into the field at the top of the page. There are both browse features and search that publisher stored in Project Muse. You can choose to search within both features to navigate through this database. books and journals, just books, or just You can browse by Research Areas, Titles, journals. Publishers, Books, and Journals. Use the browse features to find a research topic for a paper or to narrow your topic down. Click on the orange “BROWSE” button at the top of the page. The search field opens a drop-down with suggestions of topics based on your search terms. In the Books tab, you can see an This Google-style auto generator can help alphabetical list of all books in the you find other keywords or might spark database. new ideas for your research. In the Research Areas tab, click on a broad topic to view articles on that subject. Results In the Journals tab, you can see an After clicking the search button, you will alphabetical list of all journals in the see a list of items relevant to your search database. In the Titles tab, you can browse books terms. and journals alphabetically by title by Each result shows the title, author, clicking on a letter in the blue bar. publication information, and links to the full text in HTML or PDF form if available. Clicking on the title in the results opens the HTML format of the article.