Google Books digitizes Latin American works from University of Texas Libraries

Google completed their digitization project with the University of Texas Libraries and the inclusion of over 500,000 unique volumes into the Google Books index. “Books from this collection range from the 18th century to newly-published materials, and represent over 50 languages. While the highest concentration of these texts are in Spanish and Portuguese, there’re also […]

Google completed their digitization project with the University of Texas Libraries and the inclusion of over 500,000 unique volumes into the Google Books index. “Books from this collection range from the 18th century to newly-published materials, and represent over 50 languages. While the highest concentration of these texts are in Spanish and Portuguese, there’re also books written in many indigenous languages of Central and South America. Whether you're interested in political journal mentioned in Jorge Luis Borges's Funes el memorioso (Funes the Memorious), a memoir from an American veteran of the Mexican-American war, or even details on archaeological remains from Lake Chapala, Mexico, you and other readers around the world now have access to a wealth of information from this exceptional collection,” noted Google Books.