Zeno.org


Zeno.org

Zeno.org (IPA| [ˈtsenodɔt ˈɔʀg] ) is a digital library with German texts and other content such as pictures, facsimile, etc., which has been started by the Zenodot Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, a German publishing house and sister enterprise of Directmedia Publishing GmbH. The content is based on the digital libraries from the CDs and DVDs published by Directmedia, The Yorck Projekt and Zenodot. It uses a stable mirror of the German Wikipedia, purchaseable as German language Wikipedia DVD-ROM. Since its official start in September 2007, it is the largest fulltext online digital library in German language.

The text content of Zeno.org is given partly with facsimiles. All the literature and encyclopedias are citable since text sources, page numbers and permanent links to the single pages are quoted.

Literatur

* Agon S. Buchholz: [http://www.kefk.org/portal/die.digitale.bibliothek.macht.ernst.mit.open.access „Die Digitale Bibliothek macht Ernst mit Open Access“] . In: "kefk.org", 12. Juli 2007.

ee also

* Similar or comparable projects:

** Google Book Search
** Million Book Project
** Project Gutenberg
** Projekt Gutenberg-DE
** Wikisource
** Zentrales Verzeichnis Digitalisierter Drucke

External links

* [http://www.zeno.org/ Website of Zeno.org]
* [http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/96739 „Volltextbibliothek Zeno.org startet mit kostenlosem Lesematerial“] . In: "heise online", 30. September 2007.


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