Google Announces Plan to Digitize Millions of Books

This morning Google is announcing a new program to digitize millions of library books (full text) from five large research libraries (Stanford, University of Michigan, Harvard, Oxford, New York Public Library) and make them accessible via their Google Print database. The project will take several years to complete. For more, read today’s SearchDay article Google Partners with Oxford, Harvard & Others to Digitize Libraries.

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