- Coronavirus Library Updates page provides more information about access to Harvard Library.
- Harvard Library FAQs regarding COVID-19 will help answer popular questions.
- COVID-19 Open Access Resources guide collects an evolving list of free content being provided by publishers and vendors.
- Emergency Full Text Access: HathiTrust FAQ explains their opening up of nearly 2 million copyright-protected items where Harvard Library owns a physical copy.
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, and Other Libraries pages for helpful recommendations, links, and support.
Need More Help?
- If you didn't find the help you needed on this guide, here are some additional options for 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 or specific questions, and a form to request a research appointment.
- Also, feel free to email Mary Frances Angelini, Research Librarian for the Extension School email@example.com, Jonathan Paulo, Online Learning and Reference Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org, or Ann Robinson, Reference Assistant email@example.com.
News and Updates
- Attend a 30-minute HOLLIS Quick Start for New and Returning Students, currently scheduled throughout September, to learn more about HOLLIS, the library's main catalog and search interface.
- Attend a one-time Zotero or EndNote class to learn more about these tools. Check the Research Management and Citation Tools at Harvard page for upcoming online classes in September and October.
- The Harvard Library Calendar contains information about upcoming events, such as HOLLIS workshops and workshops for faculty.