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Tutorials and Resources for Boonex Dolphin The WWW Virtual Library Million Book Project The Million Book Project (or the Universal Library), was a book digitization project, led by Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science and University Libraries. Working with government and research partners in India (Digital Library of India) and China, the project scanned books in many languages, using OCR to enable full text searching, and providing free-to-read access to the books on the web. As of 2007[update], they have completed the scanning of 1 million books and have made accessible the entire database from Description The Million Book Project was a 501(c)3 charity organization with various scanning centers throughout the world. The million book project was a "proof of concept" that has largely been replaced by Google Book Search and the Internet Archive book scanning projects. Partner institutions China The institutions in China which are participants in this project include:
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