University of Tartu Library is one of the leading partner of the EODOPEN project which aims at digitising 15 000 books in 11 European countries. The project will mostly focus on newer books published in the 20th and 21st centuries. The participating libraries will do a lot of additional work in specifying the copyrights of the authors and in applying for permissions needed for digitising their works.
We wish to reach out to people who need, for their work or studies, different digitised materials which have up to now been difficult or impossible to access due to the reasons of copyright.
Dear students, researchers and professors, could you tell us which Estonian authors' works would you want to access in the digitised format during the next four years? The library is excitedly looking forward to your suggestions. We also expect suggestions for digitising books from school teachers, as well as from individuals and organisations engaged in studying different aspects of history. Let us know about your needs by filling in the form below or by writing to us at email@example.com
NB! The questions of copyright may arise with each book and we cannot guarantee that we could digitise all the suggested Estonian books. We are working on these problems and we hope to be able to find favourable solutions with as many cases as possible.
Digital copies are made free of charge and they will be in the computer and mobile version accessible to all via the UT digital archive DSpace
#EODOPEN Books-On-Demand-Network Opening Publications for European Netizens is a 4 year project, co-funded by the European Commission under the #CreativeEurope.