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Bibliopolis, developing the one-stop shop for the history of the book in the Netherlands

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Book history is a flourishing discipline, the Internet is a hype. So it seems to be a good idea to connect these two exciting enterprises. That is exactly what is being done in the project which is the subject of this article: Bibliopolis. The aim of Bibliopolis is to provide the most important information on the book in the Netherlands to book historians and others by integrating existing electronic services, by developing new ones, and by offering worldwide access through the World Wide Web (www). It will still be necessary to visit libraries and archives while doing research on this topic, but once Bibliopolis is on the air, a visit to this site will provide answers to Frequently Asked Questions on the history of the book in the Netherlands.


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