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ABOUT SULAIR > SPECIAL PROJECTS > STANFORD/GOOGLE PROJECT

Selected Media Coverage and Other Press

Press Releases and Information from Other Participating Libraries

Harvard University Library Press Release

Harvard University Library's FAQ on the project

New York Public Library Press Release

Oxford University Library Press Release

University of Michigan Library Press Release

Selected Media Coverage

Chronicle of Higher Education, December 14, 2004: “Google Will Digitize and Search Millions of Books From 5 Leading Research Libraries.

New York Times, December 14, 2004 (Requires Sign-In): “Google is Adding Major Libraries to its Database

Christian Science Monitor, December 15, 2004: “Google plans giant online library stack.”

NPR “Talk of the Nation”, December 15, 2004: “Google's Plan Prompts a Question: What's on the Web?”, with guests Michael Keller, University Librarian and Director of Academic Information Resources, Stanford University; and Brewster Kahle, founder, the Internet Archive (a non-profit digital library).

Information Today, December 20, 2004: “Google and Research Libraries Launch Massive Digitization Project.

San Francisco Chronicle, December 20, 2004: “Revolutionary chapter: Google's ambitious book-scanning plan seen as key shift in paper-based culture.

The Stanford Daily, January 5, 2005, “Google to put library online.

Stanford Report, January 12, 2005: "Deals with Google to accelerate library digitization projects for Stanford, others"

 

 

 

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