The MUSE project, started in 1995, is a full-text e-journal service developed in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins University Press and the Milton S. Eisenhower Library, currently covering more than 420 journals in 105 publishers and is growing every year New issue Journals include journals focused on: literature, history, regional studies, political and policy research, film theater and performing arts. The MUSE project is strictly selected for journals. The journals that join the program must be peer-reviewed and must be non-profit or academic association publishers. In addition, the selection of journals also considers their rankings in disciplines, impact factors and librarians' advice. The MUSE project is also the only source for the full-text journals of many prestigious university press and academic societies.