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Help with e-book features

Project Muse

The Project Muse user guide is available for detailed help and guidance

The information below shows how to set up your  MyMuse Library, where you can save content

Using MyMuse Library

he Project Muse user guide is available for detailed help and guidance

The information below shows how to set up your  MyMuse Library, where you can save content

 

How to create a user name

Create a Muse account. Fill out the form at the bottom of the page to create a personal user name. This ID will allow you to save journal issues, articles, books, and chapters to your personal MyMUSE Library, as well as access past searches and viewed content.

 

How to save journal issues, articles, books or chapters to MyMuse Library

Journal issues and books can be saved to MyMUSE Library by clicking on the "Save" button on the table of contents of the book or journal issue. Articles and book chapters can be saved by clicking their individual "Save" buttons next to their entries in the table of contents. Articles can additionally be saved by clicking the "Save" button at the top of the article's View page.

 

Accessing your MyMuse Library

When logged into your account, click on your user name in the top right corner of the Project MUSE website. This will open your "Saved Items" page, that includes everything you've saved to your MUSE library.