Monday, 4 February 2008

Google scanning at Michigan - a million books!

The Chronicle of Higher Ed.'s Wired Campus Blog reports that the number of books scanned at the University of Michigan reached a million on Friday. Just 6.5 million to go! The dean of libraries said "As far as I know, Michigan is the first library to have one million books from its own collections digitized and available for search (and, when in the public domain, available for viewing)."

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