An experimental "genome browser" for literary texts with HTML5-based visualization that plots the density of scholarly references or other annotations from multiple sources onto literary works. Learn more!
Return an amazing or useful item it to the Awesome Box instead of the normal drop box. That item gets recorded as Awesome so the community can see what others have found helpful, entertaining, or mind-blowing. Learn more.
Borrow a Hissing Cockroach?
Need some relaxation but can't get an appointment with Cooper the Therapy Dog? Come to the Ernst Mayr Library and borrow a hissing cockroach container while you read or study. Learn more.
Arboretum Audio Tours
Libraries across Harvard are experimenting with interactive, gesture-based technologies in fields ranging from archaeology to astrophysics and beyond. Learn more.
Cooper the Therapy Dog
Meet Cooper, Countway Library's therapy dog! His Hollis record indicates his publication date as 2007, subject headings include Antidepressive Agents, Anti-Anxiety Agents and Animal Assisted Therapy. Learn more.
At the Fine Arts Library, course reserves are on display for self-service and student browsing. Books are organized by faculty name and course number, for easy perusal and re-shelving. A uniquely tactile view into course offerings. Learn more.
A web application like an airplane seat selector that allows patrons to apply for study carrels according to their location preferences. Learn more.
Read and Ride Bike Share
Collaborations in Archival Research
Shared space for cross-institution archival research activities and establishment of best practices. Learn more.