What is MBooks?

May 14, 2008

MBooks is a partnership between the University of Michigan and Google, Inc. to digitize the entire print collection of the University Library. The digitized collection, called MBooks, is searchable in the library catalog, Mirlyn, as well as in Google Book Search. Full-text of works that are out of copyright or in the public domain are available.

For more information about MBooks, see http://www.lib.umich.edu/mdp/.

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