MIT Press Announces a New Collaboration | The MIT Press

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"Internet Archive collaborates with the MIT Press and Arcadia to digitize and provide access to hundreds of MIT Press backlist titles.

The MIT Press and the Internet Archive are pleased to announce a partnership, with support from Arcadia, to scan, preserve, and enable libraries to lend hundreds of MIT Press books that are currently not available digitally.  This partnership represents an important advance in bringing acclaimed titles across the MIT Press’ publications in science, technology, art, and architecture to a global online audience. 

The joint initiative is a crucial early step in Internet Archive’s ambitious plans to digitize and provide public access to four million books, by partnering widely with university presses and other publishers to source print works, and enable readers to borrow the digital versions from any library that owns the physical book, as well as from"


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Date tagged:

05/31/2017, 17:54

Date published:

05/31/2017, 13:54