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African and African American Studies
May 1, 2018

Activism in the Archives

What stories are we missing from our past? Scholars, activists, and librarians convened at Harvard Library to work towards equity in the archives.

April 5, 2018

From Strategy to Code: How We’re Designing New Pages

Written across the face of our beta website is the adage “good things take time.” Designing something as universal as a web page is no exception.

Harvard, 1968. Exhibition at Harvard Archives Brings Student Unrest to Life

Free exhibition at the Harvard University Archives provides a glimpse into the turbulent events that shook Harvard’s campus and the world during 1968.

March 26, 2018

Why We Write Differently on the Web

Research shows users consume about 20 percent of the text on an average webpage. We must adjust our writing habits to this reality.

Give Back
Giving back to the Harvard Library means you can make a difference for the bright minds of the future.
March 19, 2018

Making Our Navigation Useful and Usable

We’re asked our users to help us create a navigation that makes sense to them. 

January 26, 2018

Building a Better Library Search Experience

The launch of our beta search tool is the first step in our journey of iterative improvement of search at Harvard Library.

Social Science
January 25, 2018

Connecting Harvard History to Its Surroundings

Freshmen dive into the Harvard University Archives to learn from University’s past about its ties to a wider world.

January 19, 2018

Breaking Down Barriers Between Our Users and Our Services

How we're working to bring Harvard Library services to the surface and organize them in a way that's meaningful for you.

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