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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

April 21, 2015—BorrowDirect recently announced the addition of Duke University to the program, in which 12 partner library systems, including the Harvard Library, engage in resource-sharing and other collaborative library projects. BorrowDirect... Read more

March 31, 2015—Sharing best practices with international colleagues can be challenging due to language limitations, travel restraints and differing time zones, but this spring term those boundaries have been removed for two new resident fellows... Read more

March 24, 2015—The Harvard Library is joining with the California Digital Library, the University of California system, Ohio State University and the University of British Columbia in a study funded by the Mellon Foundation to help define the... Read more

Research, Teaching and Learning librarians from Ivies Plus institutions gathered at Harvard Law School on November 7, 2014 to share ideas and best practices and to continue as a community to build cross-institution connections. Content and... Read more

October 28, 2014—Pedestrians outside Lamont Library were appalled earlier this month to see books and papers sodden on their shelves, once-orderly stacks unfurling into a warped disaster zone. But a cheerful sign relieved tension and judgment—it... Read more

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