Google Partners With National Library of Israel in New Initiative
From The Jerusalem Post:
Google Arts & Culture will feature a collaboration with the National Library of Israel in its new initiative, named “Once Upon a Try.”
The initiative will become the largest online exhibition of inventions and discoveries ever curated, and will allow anyone to explore humanity’s greatest inventions and discoveries.
As part of the project, Google has reached out to over 110 renowned institutions across 23 countries. The National Library of Israel was the first Israeli institution to partner with Google on the project.
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Three Digital Collections Available (As of March 12, 2019):
- Maps of the Holy Land and Israel
- Issac Newton’s Theological Papers
- Dye Hard: The Race to Revolutionize the Color Red
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