Internet Archive opens up its 1.4 million book digital lending library for the Covid-19 crisis

John Leonard
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Internet Archive digitises 1,000 books per day
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Internet Archive digitises 1,000 books per day

National Emergency Library opened up amid concerns students will not be able to access texts during the lockdown

In response to the Covid-19 lockdown, Internet Archive has temporarily suspended all waiting lists for the 1.4 million digitised books currently in its lending library. Internet Archive is the San Francisco-based...

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