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Monroe C. Gutman Library

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.

Added Names/Aliases: Education Library, GUT
 
 
 
 

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CONTACT INFORMATION

 
Contact by Phone
Circulation:
(617) 495-3423
Research Services:
(617) 495-3421
Administration:
(617) 495-4225
Contact by Email / Web
Circulation:
circulation@gse.harvard.edu
Research Services:
http://asklib.gse.harvard.edu/q.php
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6 Appian Way Cambridge, MA 02138
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ABOUT

 

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

Gutman Library holds an extensive collection of scholarly works published in the English language in the broad fields of education, educational psychology and human development.  Collection strengths include educational policy and planning, educational leadership, educational innovations, pedagogy, elementary and secondary education, higher education, teachers and teaching, school organization and the history of education.

 

Collections

 

Research Collections

The Gutman Library research collections includes books, journals, ERIC microfiche, media, electronic resources, and testing materials to support the teaching and research of the faculty and students of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and the greater Harvard community. See Gutman Library Collections for an in depth description.
 
For research assistance, Ask Us.

Special Collections

Gutman Library’s Special Collections offers rich and varied resources for studying the history of elementary and secondary education in the United States. The holdings mainly consist of historical publications, including collections of textbooks, public school reports, and private school catalogs.  Special Collections also holds the papers of educators and the records of several educational organizations.
 
Hours for the Special Collections reading room are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am-4:45 pm. Individuals interested in consulting any of the collections should contact us in advance to schedule an appointment for their research.
 
For research assistance, email //special_collectionsatgse [dot] harvard [dot] edu.  

 
 

LIBRARY SERVICES

 
  • Classes and Tutorials
  • Call 617-495-3421 or use our Ask Us form to request a session.

  • Course Reserves
  • Curriculum Support
  • Call 617-495-3421 or use our Ask Us form to find out more about how the Gutman Research Librarians can support your course curriculum.

  • Distance Services
  • Available for current GSE faculty and students. More information in MyGSE

  • Interlibrary Loan
  • Available for current GSE affiliates. More information for faculty and students in MyGSE.

  • Office Delivery
  • Available for current GSE faculty. More information in MyGSE.

  • Reference Assistance
  • Call 617-495-3421 or use our Ask Us form.         

  • Research Consultations
  • To schedule an appointment, call 617-495-3421 or use our Ask Us form.

  • Research Workshops
  • Workshop schedule and sign up in MyGSE, or Ask Us.
     

  • Writing Center
  • Available for current GSE sudents. More information in MyGSE.

 
 

LIBRARY STAFF

 
Donovan, Kathleen Research and Instruction Librarian kathleen_donovan@gse.harvard.edu Request an Appointment
Flaherty, Marcella marcella_flaherty@gse.harvard.edu Request an Appointment
Lillvik, Carla carla_lillvik@gse.harvard.edu Request an Appointment
 

VISITOR POLICIES

 
  • Visitor
  • The Monroe C. Gutman Library is open to all members of the Harvard University Community and to Gutman Special Borrowers. Other scholars and researchers who have information needs within the scope of our collections may apply to use the library weekdays from 8:30am -5:00pm. Contact the Circulation Department at 617-495-3423 for more information.

  • Circulation
 
 

ACCESSIBILITY

 
  • Monroe C. Gutman Library is committed to making its collections, services and programs available to all users. Library staff will make every reasonable effort to assist patrons with special needs. To inquire about services available, or to give advance notice of special needs, contact Access Services, at 617-495-3423. Gutman Library is wheelchair-accessible. The lobby and building entrances have automatic doors. Two interior elevators serve all floors of the building. Additional services for persons with disabilities are described on the library's website.