A Google executive said that it plans to offer textbooks from the business school in addition to its own textbooks from other universities, as part of a program that would expand its business library of content to include more business-focused books.
The program, which Google has previously announced it will roll out globally, will include Google textbooks, business-related courses and other content from the Harvard Business School, according to a blog post on Google’s website.
It is unclear if Google will also offer free business books from other institutions, which are not included in the program.
Google is one of the biggest companies in the world when it comes to the content and research it produces.
The company, which also has a presence in the United Kingdom and Canada, publishes a vast library of knowledge on everything from technology to food and finance.
Google will be publishing business textbooks, but will not be doing so at all on its own campus, which is only in California, according the blog post.
The Harvard Business Review, an independent business publication, already offers business textbooks from several of the schools it covers.
The Harvard Business Library already has business textbooks and many other titles from Harvard.
The company has previously said it is planning to expand its content in this way.
It said last year that it would add more business books to its business libraries, adding that it was aiming to have more than 10 million free business-specific business-based books by the end of 2021.