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Reference : Libraries


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  • Google Books
    Offers a searchable comprehensive full-text index of books & links to buy electronic or physical versions of the books.
    Online library offering thousands of classic full-text reference, literature & nonfiction works. The site was founded in 1993 by Steven H. van Leeuwen.
  • Books In Print
    Trusted & authoritative source of bibliographic information with powerful search, discovery & collection development features. The service is widely used by publishers, retailers and libraries around the world.
  • Digital Public Library of America
    Nonprofit clearinghouse which connects people to the riches held within America's libraries & cultural institutions, offering a diverse collection available in digital format.
  • HathiTrust
    Digital library offering millions of public domain books online. The collaborative project was launched in October of 2008 by 13 universities of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation & the University of California.
  • Ibiblio
    Online host of a diverse selection of open source content & publicly available information which is owned & managed by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • International ISBN Agency
    Organization which issues the International Standard Book Number, a unique numeric commercial identifier. The organization format was based upon the Standard Book Numbering system & expended by the International Organization for Standards.
  • ipl2
    The Internet Public Library is an online database of high-quality resources publishing trustworthy information.
    Digital library founded in 1995 which offers digitized versions of academic journals & books. Nearly 2,000 academic journals are searchable via a full-text search feature.
  • Library of Congress
    The oldest federal cultural institution in the United States, serving as the research arm of Congress, with over 162 million items.
  • Little Free Library
    Nonprofit organization which promotes the sharing of millions of books each year in neighborhoods around the world.
  • Open Library
    Service created by Aaron Swartz & Brewster Kahle in 2006 to create a reference page for each book.
  • OverDrive
    Service which allows people to borrow eBooks, audiobooks & videos from thousands of public libraries worldwide.
  • Project Gutenberg
    Online library of 50,000+ downloadable ebooks in the following formats: epub, Kindle, Android and iPad.
  • The British Library
    Official website of the United Kingdom library offering catalog search, research items available for order, exhibition & links to other worldwide information resources.
  • WorldCat
    A large, global library catalog which helps people find what they want in nearby libraries. The Online Computer Library Center launched the searchable catalog itemizing the collection of 72,000 libraries on January 21, 1998.

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