Welcome to Harvard Library! This guide will help support your use of library resources and services. Please review the Visit the Libraries, Research Help, HOLLIS, Library Reserves, Theses, Other Libraries, and One-Minute Videos pages for helpful recommendations, links, and support.
- Harvard Library spaces began reopening this Fall 2021 semester. See this news article for more details. Currently, for Harvard Extension School, only degree candidates and premedical program participants are eligible to visit campus. Find more details in the ID Cards and Campus Access section of the HES COVID-19 Updates page, and email email@example.com with any questions.
- We no longer have the increased access to digitized books through HathiTrust (a temporary pandemic arrangement) after library buildings reopened this Fall.
- Scan and Deliver, which offers an electronic scan of book chapters (two per book not exceeding 20% of the work) or journal articles (two per issue) is available to all students.
News and Updates
- The Harvard Library Calendar contains information about upcoming events, such as workshops for students, like HOLLIS workshops, and workshops for faculty, like the Teaching with the Library series.
- Attend a one-time Zotero class to learn more about organizing your research. Check the Research Management and Citation Tools at Harvard page for upcoming online classes.
- View our recently created One-Minute Videos for quick research help on specific tasks.
Career and Academic Resource Center (CARC) Webinars
Recent recordings of webinars about Harvard Library are listed in the Academic Videos, Miscellaneous: Study Skills, Libraries, Resources, and More section:
- An Overview of HOLLIS, Harvard Library's Catalog
- An Overview of Harvard Research Guides and Databases
The following webinar about Zotero appears in the Academic Videos, Citing and Referencing section:
Need More Help?
- The Get Research Help webpage offers various resources, including finding subject specialists, which is a good idea for degree-candidates working towards a thesis.
- The Ask a Librarian webpage offers an online chat service, an email form if you are unsure about who to ask for subject-expertise help, and a form to request a research appointment.
- Email Mary Frances Angelini, Research Librarian for the Extension School firstname.lastname@example.org, or Jonathan Paulo, Online Learning and Reference Librarian email@example.com.