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Journal of Music Therapy 51(2) is On Its Way

July 9, 2014 11:50 AM
Journal of Music Therapy 51(2) is On Its Way
ANNOUNCING THE NEW JOURNAL OF MUSIC THERAPY IN 2014

A result of the historic partnership between Oxford University Press (OUP) and AMTA to publish music therapy journals, the second issue of the NEW Journal of Music Therapy, Volume 51, Issue 2, is now on its way to members’ and subscribers’ mailboxes. 

The journal also appears online through OUP’s partnership with HighWire Press. HighWire is a division of Stanford University Libraries that works with scholarly societies and other publishers to create a collection of the finest fully searchable research online.

Archival material is available online with unlimited access to past issues as a benefit for subscribers and current AMTA members.  Mobile app functionality is available, as well as eTOC updates (Table of Contents), where you may sign up for notifications delivered to your email inbox when new content is available. 

As a reminder, current AMTA members may access the journal online through the portal in the AMTA website. Log in with your AMTA-recognized email address and password, then go to Research>Journals and Publications and then scroll to the link titled "Journal of Music Therapy AMTA Member Access Portal." Or, for fewer clicks, log in and click the "Journal of Music Therapy AMTA Member Access Portal” under Quick Links on the home page. Enjoy this new and important member benefit!  Journal of Music Therapy subscribers may log in with subscriber information on the journal’s webpage: http://jmt.oxfordjournals.org/

AMTA AND OUP: PROMOTING QUALITY RESEARCH IN MUSIC THERAPY

The new Journal of Music Therapy demonstrates AMTA’s dedication to promoting quality research in music therapy.  Be sure to check out this journal when it arrives at your door with its brand new cover design and featuring an Editorial by Dr. Robb, Editor in Chief, regarding the partnership with Oxford University Press.   Thanks to our friends at Oxford for their commitment to advancing public awareness of the benefits of music therapy and increasing access to quality music therapy services in a rapidly changing world.

 

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