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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

September 10, 2013

Dear Colleagues,

The Library Leadership Team (LLT) convened a group a few months ago to explore next-generation search and... Read more

September 10, 2013—On Thursday August 29, the Countway Library held an open house and mini-symposium as a welcome to Sarah Thomas as she begins her new role as vice president for the Harvard Library. The mini-symposium was organized around a... Read more

August 20, 2013—Peter Suber, director of the Harvard Open Access Project (HOAP) and recently appointed director of the Harvard Library’s Office for Scholarly... Read more

June 11, 2013—Harvard’s Library Lab, which enhances knowledge and library services with generous support from the Arcadia Fund, will launch its Showcase Year in December 2013. The Showcase Year will involve refining coding and development,... Read more

March 21, 2013—At a recent lecture discussing research assessment and impact, Cameron Neylon, advocacy director for the Public Library of Science (PLOS), focused on how... Read more

May 14, 2013— Harvard announces its support of a new initiative to provide researchers with access to a persistent digital identifier that allows authors to attach their identities to articles, datasets, equipment, media stories, citations,... Read more

Like a book? You’ll love its neighbors.

April 23, 2013—StackLife combines the familiarity of ordinary shelves with the dexterity of the virtual to let users explore the 12.3 million items in... Read more

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