University Complutense of Madrid Joins Google Book Project

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on September 27, 2006

Press release: “Working together, Google and the University Complutense of Madrid will digitise the university’s hundreds of thousands of public domain works, so that anyone, at anytime will be able to view, browse, read, and even download the full texts from the library’s historic and special collections. The library of the Complutense University of Madrid is the largest university library in Spain.”
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