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University Of Lausanne Joins Google Book Search Library Project

Both the Google Book Search Blog and the Google Librarian Central Blog have announced that University of Lausanne in Switzerland has joined the Google Book Search Library Project. The university will digitize books not only in French but also in English, German, Latin, Italian, Japanese, Spanish and other languages.

Postscript: We previously reported that Princeton University and the University of Texas were also new partners. They have been part of the program for months. Google has given me a comprehensive list of their Google Book Search partners:

– Harvard University – original partner
– Oxford University – original partner
– Stanford University – original partner
– New York Public Library – original partner
– University of Michigan – original partner
– University of California – August 2006
– University Complutense of Madrid – September 2006
– University of Wisconsin-Madison – October 2006
– University of Virginia – November 2006
– University of Texas at Austin – January 2007
– National Library of Catalonia (and four affiliate Catalonian libraries) – January 2007
– Princeton University – February 2007
– Bavarian State Library – March 2007
– University of Lausanne – May 2007

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