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Rutgers, Google Partnership Will Provide Online Access to Nearly 190,000 Books

January 30, 2020
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In the coming months, Google will begin to scan the Rutgers materials at their off-campus facility.

Students, faculty and the global public will soon be able to discover nearly 190,000 titles from Rutgers University Libraries’ collections online, thanks to a new partnership with Google.

The Google Books Library project aims to “build a searchable catalog of the world’s books online.” Through Rutgers' participation in the Google Books Library Project, a variety of books, journals and other documents spanning centuries and crossing genres will be scanned and made searchable via Google Books, the HathiTrust Digital Library and QuickSearch, the Libraries’ online search portal. 

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