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Stanford Google Library Project

Stanford University is collaborating with Google Inc. on an ambitious plan to digitize large numbers of books from the Stanford University Libraries’ collections. This project marks a significant contribution towards our vision of a digitized library that will provide scholars at Stanford and beyond with unprecedented access to scholarly information. Google has also launched similar projects with libraries at Harvard University, the University of Michigan, the New York Public Library, and Oxford University

For more information about this project, see:

Stanford and Google Book Search: Statement of Support and Participation

Stanford Google Library Project: FAQ

Stanford Press Release

Google Press Release

About Google Book Search

Selected Media coverage and other press about the Google project

Dan Clancy, Engineering Director for Google Print, speaks on "Google Book Search: Making Off-line Content Fully Searchable on the Web."

 

Last modified: February 23, 2006

       
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