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Harvard Library is pleased to announce that we will begin an open-source project for EAS in the summer of 2017. 

Harvard Library is eliminating standard overdue fines for regular loan materials; raising the recall rate; and implementing standard semester loan periods for Harvard students, faculty, and staff.

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Take Note shares professional news about Harvard Library staff members. Have something to share? Please send it to the Harvard Library communications team at

woman holding a camera

Did you know that you can borrow GoPro cameras, an Oculus Rift, and other tools from Harvard Library? 

Tez Clark portrait

A guest post from Tez Clark, a junior contentrating in philosophy from Tokyo, Japan, who lives in Adams. She is a Peer Research Fellow who helps students in the River Central (Adams, Lowell, Quincy) Neighborhood.

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DASH world map

Digital Access to Scholarship at Harvard (DASH) is a free repository of vetted research, breaking down barriers to information across the world. 

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Screenshot of Anno.Tate transcription tool

Online tools help to crowdsource the transcription of historical notebooks and diairies.

iPad showing Chronicle set on top of print edition

Harvard Library is now providing premium access to content on the Chronicle of Higher Education web site.

Sign outside of Cabot Library

Anu Vedantham, Director of Learning and Teaching Services, shares an update on Cabot Library. 

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Services for Academic Programs staff

Team profiles spotlight groups across Harvard Library. In this Q&A, we spoke with Laura Farwell Blake, Head of Services for Academic Programs.