Librarians are here to help you at every stage of your academic career. 

We help students . . .

  • find relevant resources (e.g. books, articles, proceedings, standards)
  • develop search strategies
  • use citation management tools
  • explore publishing opportunities
  • archive your data (and other research data management issues)
  • do patent searching

I’m available to help via email, phone, and in-person consultations.  

Helpful Links

  • Technology Lending Program -  At many Harvard libraries you can borrow basic gear like headphones and laptop chargers. Just check in with a staff member to see what's available. A few libraries also have media production gear available for loan — everything from tripods and SD cards to 360 cameras and VR equipment.
  • Find a Space in the Library - group study rooms, media production space, study carrels, etc.
  • Overleaf Pro - Overleaf is an online LaTeX and Rich Text collaborative writing and publishing tool that makes the whole process of academic writing, editing and publishing much quicker and easier.
  • Citation Tools - Tools like Zotero organize book and article references and from these references, you can produce bibliographies in a citation style of your choice.  Most library databases, including HOLLIS, will format results as citations.
  • LinkedIn Learning (formerly lynda.com) - an online training resource for the Harvard community 
  • Harvard Syllabus Explorer - collects syllabi from Canvas and allows users to search for keywords.

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