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Harvard Library is pleased to announce the release of a significant set of upgrades to the Class Request Tool (CRT), an open source application with broad utility to archives and special collections with active teaching programs. Over the past... Read more

On February 12, the Digital Learning and User Experience team partnered with groups from Harvard University Information Technology to host the first student usability “Test Fest” in the User Research Center. During the three-hour event, five... Read more

Managing born-digital material, including content that originated on the web, has been one of Harvard Library’s strategic priorities for FY15 and 16... Read more

The launch of the Harvard Library Viewer, built using the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) standard and the open-source Mirador image viewer, provides a new and improved way to access Harvard Library’s collections in the... Read more

The Ernst Mayr Library of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ) provides life sciences support to the faculty, students, and staff in the Harvard University community, particularly in the MCZ, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB)... Read more

How do you modernize an iconic but aging building into an inviting place where students, faculty, and the public gather together to learn? In the first of a series of talks on new visions for library spaces, architect Jim Eyre of... Read more

The File Information Tool Set (FITS) is a DRS-related software package developed by Harvard Library Technology Services that identifies the format of each content file to be deposited—is the file an image, a text file, a PDF file, etc?—and... Read more

 

Last year saw some significant improvements to the Harvard Library Portal, including new resources for alumni, a redesign of both the Get It! Services page and the Library blog, and a new way of collecting stories from the Harvard... Read more

Who they are: Assessment Team

Karina Grazina—administrative fellow who is helping Mark to bring assessment strategies into Harvard Library in a cohesive and cooperative way.Mark Shelton—assessment librarian. He handles institutional-... Read more

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