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In September, 1994 the Hungarian National Information Infrastructure Development Program (NIIF) included the Hungarian Electronic Library (MEK) Project into its first three-year agenda, and, in early 1995, work started on the central collection of the MEK, hosted on one of the devices of the NIIF. Due to the invaluable assistance and work of several individuals and institutions the collection grew to about 4000 items between the years of 1996 and 2002. The MEK collects resources concerning Hungary or the Central European region, in the fields of culture, education and academic research. The collection consists of text-based resources, but does not exclude other formats such as maps, sheet music etc. The Hungarian Electronic Library also collects periodicals and journals, and links to other relevant resources, services and documents concerning libraries. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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