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October 21, 2014—It is Open Access Week 2014 and Harvard is celebrating! OA Week is an international event highlighting open access to research and promoting open access as the new default for peer-reviewed scholarship and research. The Office... Read more

October 21, 2014—A recent Harvard Library Strategic Conversation explored why the prices of journals are so high, why they grow faster than inflation, why they vary widely from publisher to publisher, why different universities pay different... Read more

Never heard of Svalbard and Jan Mayen? Join the club. These Norse islands in the remote Arctic Ocean are among the few places in the world with no recorded downloads from Digital Access to Scholarship at Harvard (DASH), the free and open... Read more

Picture this: it’s a Thursday night in Lamont and you are madly typing away on a paper due the next morning. You’re calmly searching the internet for sources when all of a sudden, you have an emergency. There’s an awesome totally relevant article... Read more

April 17, 2014—In November 2013, Harvard received 23 takedown notices from Elsevier, a publisher of academic journals.

A takedown notice is a request from a copyright holder to remove a work from the internet because of alleged copyright... Read more

February 24, 2014—Fair Use Week, sponsored by the Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC), has arrived!

Check out events throughout the week, including guest bloggers... Read more

February 18, 2014—The inaugural Fair Use Week, sponsored by the Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC), will be held from February 24 to 28. It will feature guest blogs from experts on... Read more

January 21, 2014—Work on migrating to the next-generation Digital Repository Service (DRS) is well under way, with several accomplishments including a major milestone since the... Read more

November 19, 2013—The File Information Tool Set (FITS) was created by Harvard Library to support the activities of the Digital Preservation Service (DRS). FITS is used during the DRS deposit process to automatically generate metadata for DRS... Read more

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