JHUP - What does JHUP stand for? The Free Dictionary
References in periodicals archive
Johns Hopkins University Press (JHUP) has announced that Project MUSE, the on-line journals database developed and managed by JHUP, will offer online access to scholarly journals published by other university presses.
Forty-five new journal titles are committed for inclusion in Project MUSE's full-text offerings for next year, which, with the 46 JHUP titles currently in the database, brings the total number of journals available in MUSE to 91.
A Project Muse institutional subscription offers comprehensive access to the full text of all 40 JHUP journals, along with advanced search functions that allow for searching by author, title, or keyword; in the tables of contents or full text of the journals; and across all the journals in Muse or just selected titles.
Libraries that subscribe to the entire Project Muse database are also entitled to order JHUP print journal subscriptions at 60 percent off the standard rates.