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Glad you found a source for your needs.
I have the benefit of being an alumnus of several schools, teaching at
some and a niece who is a librarian and who keeps me informed of
resources that might interest me. Way back in one of my former lives,
I participated in a precursor to the Internet, linking databases of
private, public  and government institutions via satellite and land
based communications.
My fifteen minutes of fame were when, in setting up a messaging
system, it was decided that the size of the field for addressee names
be based on my last name, that being the longest one.
Another resource, besides libraries and schools, is professional
associations. What are you going to do with your degree? Is there a
group for people in that field?
Ο Θεός σας ευλογεί πάντα, όλοι οι τρόποι,
Paul

On Wed, Mar 5, 2008 at 1:07 PM, Amanda Babcock Furrow
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 05, 2008 at 12:29:05PM -0600, Paul Schleitwiler, FCM wrote:
>
>  > No, a library connection.
>  > Go here for a list of subscribers to MUSE:
>  > http://muse.jhu.edu/about/muse/subscriber_list_alpha.html#top
>
>  Those are almost all universities and colleges.  My local community
>  college (which is not among the Project MUSE subscribers, but has JSTOR)
>  will let me borrow books as a local non-student, but restricts
>  its computer-based resources to students only, even in person at the
>  library.  There are many colleges and universities in the area, but all
>  at least 20 minutes away (and heaven only knows what parking traps for
>  the unwary they sport) - and as a mom of a toddler I can't really get
>  out further than the community college, even if some of them did allow
>  non-students to come in to use their databases.
>
>  Any rate, the Minnesota connection will do fine.  I've never seen
>  such a great public library system - and I grew up in Howard County, MD...
>  (I note, however, that even the Minnesota public libraries with their
>  JSTOR access do not appear to be Project MUSE subscribers; Project MUSE
>  may be even more restrictive than JSTOR?)
>
>  Thanks,
>  Amanda
>