1. Course Readings
Course readings are on the course website at canvas.harvard.edu. Select "Library Reserves" to view library-provided content. Readings are online or in print. If you want a print item, bring the call number to the circulation desk on the first floor to borrow a copy.
HOLLIS is Harvard’s library catalog. Sign in to see licensed digital content, delivery options, and to access your account.
3. Other Sources
Our most important religion databases don't share information with HOLLIS. Use Other Sources to complement your HOLLIS results.
Other Sources searches prominent religion databases covering thousands of scholarly publications -- Academic Search Premier, ATLA Religion Database, Bibliography of Asian Studies, Christian Periodical Index, Index to Jewish Periodicals, Index Islamicus, New Testament Abstracts, Old Testament Abstracts, and Philosopher's Index.
5. Lean Library
6. Find a Space
8. Citation Tools
Tools like Zotero organize book and article references in one or more virtual folders. From these references, you’re able to produce instant notes and bibliographies in a citation style of your choice. Most library databases, including HOLLIS, will format results as citations.
For information about Harvard-supported citation tools and trainings, see Research Management and Citation Tools at Harvard.
9. Chargers, noise-cancelling headphones, flash drives, standing desks, and other useful things
Borrow any device for up to 3 hours. Inquire at the circulation desk.
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