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A '''digital library''', '''electronic library''' or '''virtual library''' is a storage space where texts in digital format can be found. There are basically two types of digital library: those in image format, whose user-friendliness is lesser and text format, which is rarer over all.
A '''digital library''', '''electronic library''' or '''virtual library''' is a storage space where texts in digital format can be found. There are basically two types of digital library: those in image format, whose user-friendliness is lesser and text format.


==Image Format==
==Image Format==
[[Project Gutenberg]]'s Distributed Proofreaders uses and maintain a very comprehensive list of online image libraries. It can be found [http://www.pgdp.net/wiki/Sources_for_Scan_Harvesting here].
[[Project Gutenberg]]'s Distributed Proofreaders uses and maintain a comprehensive list of online image libraries<ref><span class="newtab">[http://www.pgdp.net/wiki/Sources_for_Scan_Harvesting List of online image libraries]</span> at [[Project Gutenberg]], last access 1/23/2022</ref>.


==Text Format==
==Text Format==

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A digital library, electronic library or virtual library is a storage space where texts in digital format can be found. There are basically two types of digital library: those in image format, whose user-friendliness is lesser and text format.

Image Format

Project Gutenberg's Distributed Proofreaders uses and maintain a comprehensive list of online image libraries[1].

Text Format

Text format libraries are fewer on the Internet. Here is where you can find text format books:

  • Project Gutenberg (see their sites under the article)
  • Ebooks libres et gratuits (biggest French ebooks producer)