July 22, 2014—The following positions are currently available in the Harvard Library. Please visit ASPIRE and search by requisition number for more information.
Administrative and Operations Support Services Manager—Harvard Library (Grade 58, Req# 33175BR)
Cartographic Materials Project Cataloger—Harvard Library (Grade 56, Req# 33243BR)
Lead Recruitment Services Consultant—Harvard Human Resources (Grade 58, Req# 33115BR)
Lead User Assistant/Grossman Library Computer Support Assistant—Division of Continuing Education (Grade 53, Req# 33106BR)
July 22, 2014
The CNI/JISC conference takes place every other year in the UK, and this year’s event took place in a hot and sultry Bristol. There were speakers on open data, on the future of journals and on open scholarship, and I returned with a strengthened conviction that the Harvard Library should be investing more in data management and in support for researchers producing and using data. There are also some interesting ideas being floated about how universities and libraries can provide open access to long-form publications. I had the opportunity to spend two days with colleagues from the UK and US, including Mackenzie Smith, with...read more
Thank you for those who have participated or will participate in the HOLLIS+ Open Meetings!
If you were unable to attend or would like a recap, information on recorded sessions is available below.*
HOLLIS+ Beta is scheduled to launch publicly August 15.
HOLLIS+ is in beta, and we encourage you to explore and offer feedback on anything—to make sure the tool is great for your specific Harvard community!
Join for a drop-in session. Bring your questions and explore HOLLIS+ hands-on:
July 22, 12pm-2pm in Lamont 310
July 23, 3pm-5pm in Lamont 310
July 24, 3pm-4:30pm at 90 Mt. Auburn—Rm 021 & Webex*
July 25, 3pm-5pm at 90 Mt. Auburn—Rm 020
The full drop-in schedule is available at this...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 repository for peer-reviewed literature written by Harvard faculty.
With more than 20,000 items in storage, DASH is growing quickly. Since it started in 2009, the articles and dissertations in its repository have been downloaded more than 3.4 million times. Read the full story.