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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

Thank you all for being here today! I thought I would walk you through some slides that show some images and stories of things that are... Read more

September 2, 2014—What’s new at Harvard’s libraries this semester? New services, programs and spaces designed to meet user needs in new, often innovative ways.

A single starting point to search across Harvard’s vast library resources.... Read more

September 2, 2014—What’s new at Harvard’s libraries this semester? New services, programs and spaces designed to meet user needs in new, often innovative ways.

Search across Harvard’s vast library resources from a single starting point.... Read more

Auguts 13, 2014—People have been talking about digital libraries for about a quarter century now, but we still argue about what they are and where they are going. Myriad diffuse definitions and opinions about digital libraries continue being... Read more

July 1, 2014—The Harvard Library Scaling Innovation Initiative launched Inscriptio, an online study carrel reservation system. The platform, with functionality similar to selecting an... Read more

Scholars who work with historical objects may think of those objects as worlds apart from emerging technology, but students in two courses — one offered through the Committee on Medieval Studies and Harvard Divinity School, the other through the... Read more

May 27, 2014—The National Digital Stewardship Residency Boston (NDSR-Boston) program, a new program to develop professionals in digital stewardship through post-graduate residencies, has... Read more

Dear colleagues,

This is a reminder that evaluations of the Open Your Hidden Collections proposals are due via the online forms by 5pm on Monday, May 12.

Please see... Read more

In the May 22 issue of The New York Review of Books, Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor and University Librarian Robert Darnton discusses the future of the digital library.... Read more

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