March 11th, 2010 | Published in Google Public Policy
Last month, Stanford University announced an expanded partnership that takes advantage of our settlement agreement to make millions of works from its library collection accessible to people across the United States.
Recently, University of Virginia joined our other partners in expanding its partnership with Google. If the settlement agreement is approved by the court, anyone in the US will be able to find, preview and buy online access to books from U.Va's library, along with works from Stanford, the University of Michigan, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and University of Texas, who also expanded their original partnerships with Google.
We're excited that University of Virginia has joined in our ongoing efforts to bring more books to more students, teachers, researchers, and book lovers around the country. You can read more at the University of Virginia website.