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Innovation Grant winners

How can we make Harvard web products accessible to all our users? In 2016, experts from across the University joined together to address this question.

Whether it’s to research an assignment or find a quiet study space, nearly all Harvard students find themselves using at least one of Harvard’s libraries.

The Open Greek and Latin Project (OGL) is an international collaboration working to bring free access to all source texts written in Classical Greek or Latin from antiquity to c. 600 CE. 

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Comic books weren't made to last, but collectors and conservators have some ideas about how to preserve them.

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An exhibition at Harvard's Peabody Museum also helps celebrate the 150th anniversary of Tozzer Library.

Harvard Library is looking for a partner to help us reimagine our website. We believe the Harvard Library website can be creatively designed, intuitive to use, and endlessly helpful. We imagine a website that people want to use, that makes their research richer, learning fun, and discovery delightful.

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Ann Whiteside

Ann Whiteside, Librarian and Assistant Dean for Information Services at the Frances Loeb Library, is the recipient of an FY2017 Institute of Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grants for Libraries Program award. 

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This year, Harvard Library awarded Pforzheimer Fellowships to five graduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

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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 harvard_library@harvard.edu.

An enthusiastic crowd of library staff gathered in Widener on May 4 to listen to Shao Wei Chew Chia ’17 and her academic advisor Suzanne Smith discuss Shao Wei’s senior thesis research on a topic of special interest to Harvard Library.

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