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Google to Digitize Major Library Resources

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Google to Digitize Major Library Resources

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Google to Digitize Major Library Resources

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Google plans to scan five vast library collections into its Internet search engine. The project will make available online the libraries of four universities — Oxford, Harvard, Michigan, and Stanford — as well as the books of the New York City Library no longer covered by copyright. Michael Leland of member station WUOM reports.

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