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What do the acoustical analysis of the JFK assassination and Greek shadow theater have in common? The projects they represent, along with many more, exist because of Open Your Hidden Collections funding. For the first time, funding recipients... Read more

HarvardX’s free online course “The Book: Histories Across Time and Space” is the result of a dynamic partnership with Harvard Library. The massive open online... Read more

How does a library capture a global debate about freedom of the press? The attacks on the Paris headquarters of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket in January 2015 by Islamic extremists provoked a worldwide conversation... Read more

New services. Reference librarians at Countway do not staff a reference desk. Instead we make consultation appointments with library users seeking our services for aid with finding materials, database searching, systematic reviews, and... Read more

The Frances Loeb Library at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) has been undergoing changes over the last few years that will reposition the design school library for the 21st century and beyond. Last fiscal year, the Design School... Read more

Harvard Library has moved into production as a new member of the Library of Congress Electronic Cataloging in Publication Program. This program is a national cooperative cataloging... Read more

The Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library’s online exhibition Music, First and Last: Scores from the Sir Georg Solti Archive received a prestigious Katharine Kyes Leab and Daniel J... Read more

Harvard Library continues to celebrate Widener Library’s centennial with a trial of expanded hours in the 2015-2016 academic year. Effective September 2, 2015, Widener will be open until midnight, Mondays through Thursdays. This is an expansion... Read more

May 26, 2015—Last year, the Harvard Library launched a fellowship program designed to immerse humanities graduate students in librarianship. The success of the inaugural Pforzheimer Fellowship program continues with the announcement of four new... Read more

April 28, 2015—Pictures say a thousand words, and Shared Shelf, the Library’s latest image cataloging tool, captures them all. The over 4 million images in the Library’s collections should now be even more discoverable through the use of Shared... Read more