British Library to put 250000 books on Google
The British library has agreed a deal with Google to allow the search engine to index and produce links to the library's vast collection.
The British library has agreed a deal to allow search engine Google to index and produce links to the library’s vast collection.
The library is home to some 150m individual items covering virtually every country and language. Including around 14m books – second only to the USA’s Library of Congress – and it holds some 920,000 journal and newspaper titles.