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Access and Storage of Knowledge in the New Millennium: The Google Book Search Library Project and the Future of Libraries


by Jacob Rooksby — January 11, 2007

The search engine Google causes ripples of controversy within the academic and publishing communities every time it announces a new institutional partner in its Google Book Search Library Project--a massive undertaking aimed at digitizing millions of holdings at academic libraries across the world. A review of the history of libraries, however, reveals that Google's project may just be the next logical step in addressing the persistent problems libraries face in regards to the question of how best to store and access knowledge.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 11, 2007
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 12913, Date Accessed: 5/28/2017 6:10:43 PM

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  • Jacob Rooksby
    University of Virginia
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    JACOB ROOKSBY graduates with a J.D. and M.Ed. in the social foundations of education in May 2007 from the University of Virginia. His research and writing focuses on issues of free speech and intellectual property as they relate to higher education.
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