e-Helvetica: Digital Collections of the Swiss National Library

abernard102@gmail.com 2012-03-31


Use the link above to connect to e-Helvetica providing “access to the digital collections of the Swiss National Library (NL). In addition to websites of historical importance, you will find books, periodicals, theses and official publications that have been published in electronic form. You will also find printed publications that have been scanned...” “The Swiss National Library (NL) is an institution of the Swiss Confederation. It was founded in 1895 with the legal mandate to collect, catalogue, preserve and make accessible all printed information that relates to Switzerland, the collective term for which is ‘Helvetica’. As information media have evolved, the NL’s mandate has been extended to cover electronic publications. Its collections now comprise more than five million documents.”




08/16/2012, 06:08

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Date tagged:

03/31/2012, 19:04

Date published:

03/31/2012, 16:20