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March 25, 2014—Collections, once hidden, made visible and accessible through addition to HOLLIS. QR codes in the stacks pointing library users to related subject guides on the web. Scanning selected book pages at the point of cataloging. These... Read more

It seems like big data is everywhere you look. And in a way, it is: Maps, medical scans, and weather charts are commonplace forms of data visualization. Each was examined during “Thinking with Your Eyes,” a two-day conference that brought... Read more

January 21, 2014—If the Harvard Library were a bookstore, wouldn't it have an amazing staff picks shelf?

Yes.

In December 2013, Library staff members uploaded their recommendations from Harvard’s 19-million-volume collection to a... Read more

December 20, 2013—The sea of information available to scholars and researchers can seem impossibly vast. But, with the help of a new grant, Cornell University Library, in collaboration with the Harvard Library Innovation Lab and Stanford... Read more

What if the Harvard Library was not a library, but a bookstore? We would have the most amazing staff picks shelf. Will you help us build it?

From now until... Read more

November 12, 2013—The Harvard Library Lab, a program of the Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC), showed off the work of more than 20 projects created by staff, faculty and students, with support from the Arcadia Fund. The exhibition, held in... Read more

Dear Harvard Library staff,

The Map It application that you have been testing will be live in Hollis on Tuesday, November 12.  The pilot period for this application will run through the Spring and will be available for selected collections... Read more

A note from the Innovation Working Group:

We hope many of you have had the chance to read the recent update on the Scaling Innovation... Read more

October 22, 2013—In the 1930s, Bernard Berenson, an avid collector, published a series of articles about “homeless” Renaissance Italian paintings—works that had been documented at some point in a photograph but subsequently dropped out of sight.... Read more

October 22, 2013—The Library Innovation Lab and Access Services developed Map It, which incorporates a map of an item’s exact location into the HOLLIS record. A soft launch for Map It, available to Library staff members only, goes live this week... Read more

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