Google Books searches full text of books, magazines, and newspapers. Google Books works just like web search—when Google finds a book with content that contains a match for your search terms, they'll link to it in your search results.
If the book is out of copyright, or the publisher has given Google permission, users will be able to see a preview of the book, and in some cases the entire text. If it's in the public domain, a PDF copy is free for download.
Google Books has reference pages for every book so users can quickly find all kinds of relevant information: book reviews, web references, maps and more. Links on these reference pages allow users to buy each book or find where the print book can be borrowed.
|Jun 18, 2016||The Digital Reader - Paul Biba’s eBook, eLibrary and ePublishing news compilation for week ending Saturday, June 18|
|Apr 18, 2016||Channel News Asia - Tech - US top court rejects challenge to Google book-scanning project|
|Apr 18, 2016||TechCrunch - Supreme Court affirms Google Books scans of copyrighted works are fair use|
|Apr 18, 2016||Reuters - Supreme Court rejects challenge to Google book-scanning project|
|Apr 18, 2016||The Digital Reader - Fair Use Triumphs as US Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Google Book-Scanning Project|
|Apr 18, 2016||Business Insider (tech) - A challenge to Google's massive effort to scan millions of books has been blocked by the Supreme Court|
|Apr 18, 2016||Channel News Asia - Tech - Supreme Court rejects challenge to Google book-scanning project|
|Apr 18, 2016||IBT - Technology - Supreme Court Rejects Challenge To Google Book-Scanning Project|