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Google and the Libraries

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Norman Holland <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 15 Dec 2004 17:27:57 -0500

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Here's the story from the NYTimes.  BTW, it was the lead story
yesterday (upper rightmost column).

                         --Best,

                                     Norm
Norm Holland
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Copyright 2004 The New York Times Company
The New York Times

December 14, 2004 Tuesday
Late Edition - Final

SECTION: Section A; Column 6; Business/Financial Desk;
TECHNOLOGY; Pg. 1

LENGTH: 1768 words

HEADLINE: GOOGLE IS ADDING MAJOR LIBRARIES TO ITS DATABASE

BYLINE: By JOHN MARKOFF and EDWARD WYATT

BODY:


Google, the operator of the world's most popular Internet search
service, plans to announce an agreement today with some of the
nation's leading research libraries and Oxford University to
begin converting their holdings into digital files that would be
freely searchable over the Web.

It may be only a step on a long road toward the long-predicted
global virtual library. But the collaboration of Google and
research institutions that also include Harvard, the University
of Michigan, Stanford and the New York Public Library is a major
stride in an ambitious Internet effort by various parties. The
goal is to expand the Web beyond its current valuable, if
eclectic, body of material and create a digital card catalog and
searchable library for the world's books, scholarly papers and
special collections.

Google -- newly wealthy from its stock offering last summer --
has agreed to underwrite the projects being announced today while
also adding its own technical abilities to the task of scanning
and digitizing tens of thousands of pages a day at each library.

Although Google executives declined to comment on its technology
or the cost of the undertaking, others involved estimate the
figure at $10 for each of the more than 15 million books and
other documents covered in the agreements. Librarians involved
predict the project could take at least a decade.

Because the Google agreements are not exclusive, the pacts are
almost certain to touch off a race with other major Internet
search providers like Amazon, Microsoft and Yahoo. Like Google,
they might seek the right to offer online access to library
materials in return for selling advertising, while libraries
would receive corporate help in digitizing their collections for
their own institutional uses.

''Within two decades, most of the world's knowledge will be
digitized and available, one hopes for free reading on the
Internet, just as there is free reading in libraries today,''
said Michael A. Keller, Stanford University's head librarian.

The Google effort and others like it that are already under way,
including projects by the Library of Congress to put selections
of its best holdings online, are part of a trend to potentially
democratize access to information that has long been available to
only small, select groups of students and scholars.

Last night the Library of Congress and a group of international
libraries from the United States, Canada, Egypt, China and the
Netherlands announced a plan to create a publicly available
digital archive of one million books on the Internet. The group
said it planned to have 70,000 volumes online by next April.

''Having the great libraries at your fingertips allows us to
build on and create great works based on the work of others,''
said Brewster Kahle, founder and president of the Internet
Archive, a San Francisco-based digital library that is also
trying to digitize existing print information.

The agreements to be announced today will allow Google to publish
the full text of only those library books old enough to no longer
be under copyright. For copyrighted works, Google would scan in
the entire text, but make only short excerpts available online.

Each agreement with a library is slightly different. Google plans
to digitize nearly all the eight million books in Stanford's
collection and the seven million at Michigan. The Harvard project
will initially be limited to only about 40,000 volumes. The
scanning at Bodleian Library at Oxford will be limited to an
unspecified number of books published before 1900, while the New
York Public Library project will involve fragile material not
under copyright that library officials said would be of interest
primarily to scholars.

The trend toward online libraries and virtual card catalogs is
one that already has book publishers scrambling to respond.

At least a dozen major publishing companies, including some of
the country's biggest producers of nonfiction books -- the
primary target for the online text-search efforts -- have already
entered ventures with Google and Amazon that allow users to
search the text of copyrighted books online and read excerpts.

Publishers including HarperCollins, the Penguin Group, Houghton
Mifflin and Scholastic have signed up for both the Google and
Amazon programs. The largest American trade publisher, Random
House, participates in Amazon's program but is still negotiating
with Google, which calls its program Google Print.

The Amazon and Google programs work by restricting the access of
users to only a few pages of a copyrighted book during each
search, offering enough to help them decide whether the book
meets their requirements enough to justify ordering the print
version. Those features restrict a user's ability to copy, cut or
print the copyrighted material, while limiting on-screen reading
to a few pages at a time. Books still under copyright at the
libraries involved in Google's new project are likely to be
protected by similar restrictions.

The challenge for publishers in coming years will be to continue
to have libraries serve as major influential buyers of their
books, without letting the newly vast digital public reading
rooms undermine the companies' ability to make money
commissioning and publishing authors' work.

 From the earliest days of the printing press, book publishers
were wary of the development of libraries at all. In many
instances, they opposed the idea of a central facility offering
free access to books that people would otherwise be compelled to buy.

But as libraries developed and publishers became aware that they
could be among their best customers, that opposition faded. Now
publishers aggressively court librarians with advance copies of
books, seeking positive reviews of books in library journals and
otherwise trying to influence the opinion of the people who
influence the reading habits of millions. Some of that
promotional impulse may translate to the online world, publishing
executives say.

But at least initially, the search services are likely to be most
useful to publishers whose nonfiction backlists, or catalogs of
previously published titles, are of interest to scholars but do
not sell regularly enough to be carried in large quantities in
retail stores, said David Steinberger, the president and chief
executive the Perseus Books Group, which publishes mostly
nonfiction books under the Basic Books, PublicAffairs, Da Capo
and other imprints.

Based on his experiences with Amazon's and Google's commercial
search services so far, Mr. Steinberger said, ''I think there is
minimal risk, or virtually no risk, of copyrighted material being
misused.'' But he said he would object to a library's providing
copyrighted material online without a license. ''If you're
talking about the instantaneous, free distribution of books, I
think that would represent a problem,'' Mr. Steinberger said.

For their part, libraries themselves will have to rethink their
central missions as storehouses of printed, indexed material.

''Our world is about to change in a big, big way,'' said Daniel
Greenstein, university librarian for the California Digital
Library of the University of California, which is a project to
organize and retain existing digital materials.

Instead of expending considerable time and money to managing
their collections of printed materials, Mr. Greenstein said,
libraries in the future can devote more energy to gathering
information and making it accessible -- and more easily
manageable -- online.

But Paul LeClerc, the president and chief executive of the New
York Public Library, sees Web access as an expansion of
libraries' reach, not a replacement for physical collections.
''Librarians will add a new dimension to their work,'' Mr.
LeClerc said. ''They will not abandon their mission of collecting
printed material and keeping them for decades and even centuries.''

Google's founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, have long vowed to
make all of the world's information accessible to anyone with a
Web browser. The agreements to be announced today will put them a
few steps closer to that goal -- at least in terms of the
English-language portion of the world's information. Mr. Page
said yesterday that the project traced to the roots of Google,
which he and Mr. Brin founded in 1998 after taking a leave from a
graduate computer science program at Stanford where they worked
on a ''digital libraries'' project. ''What we first discussed at
Stanford is now becoming practical,'' Mr. Page said.

At Stanford, Google hopes to be able to scan 50,000 pages a day
within the month, eventually doubling that rate, according to a
person involved in the project.

The Google plan calls for making the library materials available
as part of Google's regular Web service, which currently has an
estimated eight billion Web pages in its database and tens of
millions of users a day. As with the other information on its
service, Google will sell advertising to generate revenue from
its library material. (In it existing Google Print program, the
company shares advertising revenue with the participating book
publishers.)

Each library, meanwhile, will receive its own copy of the digital
database created from that institution's holdings, which the
library can make available through its own Web site if it chooses.

Harvard officials said they would be happy to use the Internet to
share their collections widely. ''We have always thought of our
libraries at Harvard as being a global resource,'' said Lawrence
H. Summers, president of Harvard.

At least initially, Google's digitizing task will be labor
intensive, with people placing the books and documents on
sophisticated scanners whose high-resolution cameras capture an
image of each page and convert it to a digital file.

Google, whose corporate campus in Mountain View, Calif., is just
a few miles from Stanford, plans to transport books to a copying
center it has established at its headquarters. There the books
will be scanned and then returned to the Stanford libraries.
Google plans to set up remote scanning operations at both
Michigan and Harvard.

The company refused to comment on the technology that it was
using to digitize books, except to say that it was
nondestructive. But according to a person who has been briefed on
the project, Google's technology is more labor-intensive than
systems that are already commercially available.

Two small start-up companies, 4DigitalBooks of St. Aubin,
Switzerland, and Kirtas Technologies of Victor, N.Y., are selling
systems that automatically turn pages to capture images.



URL: http://www.nytimes.com

GRAPHIC: Photo: A book is scanned at Stanford University.
Google's plans for digital files include the University of
Michigan and the New York Public Library. (Photo by Thor
Swift)(pg. C3)

LOAD-DATE: December 14, 2004



-------- Original Message --------
From:   Krims, Marvin Bennet <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:        RE: FW: [Fwd: Norm, For the LIST: An Important
Announcement
from the Harvard Libraries]
To:     Holland, Norman <[log in to unmask]>



Ann,

As I read the below message (and that's all the information I
have), the
projects aims at making the books in the participating university
libraries freely available to all over the Internet.

Marvin
;

     -----Original Message-----
     *From:* Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts on behalf
     of Murray Schwartz
     *Sent:* Tue 12/14/2004 6:07 PM
     *To:* [log in to unmask]
     *Cc:*
     *Subject:* FW: [Fwd: Norm, For the LIST: An Important
Announcement
     from the Harvard Libraries]

      > From:         Anne Wyatt-Brown
      > Subject:      RE: [Fwd: Norm,         For the LIST: An
Important
     Announcement from the Harvard                      Libraries]
      >
      > My question is would any of these books be available to folks
     outside the
      > Harvard community?  I read the announcement and only Harvard
     people appear
      > to have access.  Anne
      >
      > Anne Wyatt-Brown
      > 212 Stony Run Lane, Baltimore MD 21210
      >
      >
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Institute for Psychological Study of the Arts
      > [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Norman Holland
      > Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2004 11:13 AM
      > To: [log in to unmask]
      > Subject: [Fwd: Norm, For the LIST: An Important
Announcement from the
      > Harvard Libraries]
      >
      > -------- Original Message --------
      > From:   Krims, Marvin Bennet <[log in to unmask]>
      > Subject:        Norm, For the LIST: An Important Announcement
     from the
      > Harvard
      > Libraries
      > To:     Holland, Norman <[log in to unmask]>, Haigney, Kate
      > <[log in to unmask]>
      >
      >
      >
      > This is an important announcement of a joint project
between Google
      > and Harvard --and other universities-- that will make
their library
      > books available to the public over the Internet. I think this
      > another
      > step torward making information available to all, much as
electronic
      > journals like PSYART makes essays freely accessable.
      >
      >      *:*
      >      *Subject:* An Important Announcement from the
Harvard Libraries
      >
      >      December 13, 2004
      >
      >      Dear Colleague,
      >
      >      I am writing today with news of an exciting new project
      > within the
      >      Harvard libraries. As all of us know, Harvard's is
the world's
      >      preeminent university library. Its holdings of over 15
      > million volumes
      >      are the result of nearly four centuries of
thoughtful and
      > comprehensive
      >      collecting. While those holdings are of primary
importance
      > to Harvard
      >      students and faculty, we have, for several years, been
      > considering ways
      >      to make the collections more useful and accessible to
      > scholars around
      >      the world. Now we are about to begin a project that can
      > further that
      >      global goal-and, at the same time, can greatly
enhance access to
      >      Harvard's vast library resources for our students
and faculty.
      >
      >      We have agreed to a pilot project that will result
in the
      > digitization
      >      of a substantial number of volumes from the Harvard
      > libraries. The
      >      pilot will give the University a great deal of important
      > data on a
      >      possible future large-scale digitization program for
most of
      > the books
      >      in the Harvard collections. The pilot is a small but
extremely
      >      significant first step that can ultimately provide
both the
      > Harvard
      >      community and the larger public with a revolutionary new
      > information
      >      location tool to find materials available in libraries.
      >
      >      The pilot project will be done in collaboration with
Google. The
      >      project will link Harvard's library collections with
      > Google's resources
      >      and its cutting-edge technology. The pilot project,
which
      > will be
      >      announced officially tomorrow, is the result of more
than a
      > year of
      >      careful consultation at many levels of the
University. We
      > could not
      >      have achieved a meaningful pilot project without the
efforts
      > of the
      >      Harvard Corporation; the President, Provost, Chief
      > Information Officer,
      >      and Office of General Counsel; the University Library
      > Council; and
      >      senior managers within the College Library and the
      > University Library.
      >
      >      A full description of the pilot program follows
here, with
      > further
      >      materials available on the Harvard home page tomorrow.
      >
      >      With best regards,
      >
      >      Sidney Verba
      >      Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor and
Director of the
      >      University Library
      >
      >
      >      Project Description:
      >      Harvard's Pilot Project with Google
      >
      >      Harvard University is embarking on a collaboration with>
      > Google that
      >      could harness Google's search technology to provide
to both the
      >      Harvard community and the larger public a
revolutionary new
      >      information location tool to find materials available in
      > libraries.
      >      In the coming months, Google will collaborate with
Harvard's
      >      libraries on a pilot project to digitize a substantial
      > number of the
      >      15 million volumes held in the University's
extensive library
      >      system. Google will provide online access to the
full text
      > of those
      >      works that are in the public domain. In related
agreements,
      > Google
      >      will launch similar projects with Oxford, Stanford, the
      > University
      >      of Michigan, and the New York Public Library. As of
9 am on
      > December
      >      14, an FAQ detailing the Harvard pilot program with
Google
      > will be
      >      available at http://hul.harvard.edu.
      >
      >      The Harvard pilot will provide the information and
experience on
      >      which the University can base a decision to launch a
large-scale
      >      digitization program. Any such decision will reflect the
      > fact that
      >      Harvard's library holdings are among the
University's core
      > assets,
      >      that the magnitude of those holdings is unique among
university
      >      libraries anywhere in the world, and that the
stewardship of
      > these
      >      holdings is of paramount importance. If the pilot is
deemed
      >      successful, Harvard will explore a long-term program
with Google
      >      through which the vast majority of the University's
library
      > books
      >      would be digitized and included in Google's
searchable database.
      >      Google will bear the direct costs of digitization in the
      > pilot project.
      >
      >      By combining the skills and library collections of
Harvard
      >      University with the innovative search skills and
capacity of
      > Google,
      >      a long-term program has the potential to create an
important
      > public
      >      good. According to Harvard President Lawrence H.
Summers,
      > "Harvard
      >      has the greatest university library in the world. If
this
      > experiment
      >      is successful, we have the potential to provide the
world's
      > greatest
      >      system for dissemination as well."
      >
      >      In addition, there would be special benefits to the
Harvard
      > community.
      >      Plans call for the eventual development of a link
allowing
      > Google users
      >      at Harvard to connect directly to the online HOLLIS
(Harvard
      > Online
      >      Library Information System) catalog
      > (http://holliscatalog.harvard.edu)
      >      for information on the location and availability at
Harvard
      > of works
      >      identified through a Google search. This would merge
the search
      >      capacity of the Internet with the deep research
collections
      > at Harvard
      >      into one seamless resource-a development especially
      > important for
      >      undergraduates who often see the library and the
Internet as
      >      alternative and perhaps rival sources of information.
      >
      >      Eventually, Harvard users would benefit from far better
      > access to the 5
      >      million books located at the Harvard Depository
(HD). If the
      > University
      >      undertakes the long-term program, Harvard users
would gain
      > online
      >      access to the full text of out-of-copyright books
stored at
      > HD. For
      >      books still in copyright, Harvard users could gain the
      > ability to
      >      search for small snippets of text and, possibly, to view
      > tables of
      >      contents. In short, the Harvard student or faculty
member
      > would gain
      >      some of the advantages of browsing that remote
storage of
      > books at HD
      >      cannot currently provide.
      >
      >      According to Sidney Verba, Carl H. Pforzheimer
University
      > Professor and
      >      Director of the University Library, "The possibility
of a
      > large-scale
      >      digitization of Harvard's library books does not in
any way
      > diminish
      >      the University's commitment to the collection and
      > preservation of books
      >      as physical objects. The digital copy will not be a>
      > substitute for the
      >      books themselves. We will continue actively to acquire
      > materials in all
      >      formats and we will continue to conserve them. In
fact, as
      > part of the
      >      pilot we are developing criteria for identifying
books that
      > are too
      >      fragile for digitizing and for selecting them out of the
      > project.
      >
      >      "It is clear," Verba continued, "that the new
century presents
      >      unparalleled challenges and opportunities to Harvard's
      > libraries. Our
      >      pilot program with Google can prove to be a vital and
      > revealing first
      >      step in a lengthy and rewarding process that will
benefit
      > generations
      >      of scholars and others."
      >
      >
      >

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