Can I access Harvard Library online?
By registering for a course at the Extension School, you can take advantage of many Harvard Library benefits, including online access to Harvard Library resources.
Is Harvard Library free?
Harvard Library’s special collections and archives are open to all without a fee, by appointment.
Do Harvard alumni have library access?
Visiting & Borrowing Once the library reopens to visitors, Harvard University alumni are welcome to visit Harvard’s libraries. Our special collections and archives are open to all researchers regardless of current academic affiliation.
Can I go to Harvard library?
All libraries are open to current Harvard students, faculty, staff and others with active access and borrowing cards. Check out Library Hours. Most special collections and archives will reopen to non-Harvard researchers and other campus visitors on February 28, 2022. Please see our Visitor Access page for details.
Does Harvard University Press offer online editions of its print books?
Harvard University Press is pleased to offer online editions of two critically-acclaimed print works: the complete Loeb Classical Library and the Dictionary of American Regional English. Access to these sites can be purchased on an individual or institutional basis.
Where can libraries purchase digital editions of Harvard University Press books?
Digital editions of Harvard University Press books are available to libraries and their patrons through a variety of wholesalers and distributors with varying platforms and programs. Libraries can purchase individual titles or subscribe to digital content packages from the vendors listed below.
Can I access my book electronically at Harvard University Press?
Harvard University Press makes all of our titles available electronically as a matter of course except in the case of rights or production issues. Anyone needing electronic access for courses should be in touch with their home institution’s library for details of what is available.
What’s new at Harvard Library?
Harvard Library now includes the Botany Libraries of the Harvard University Herbaria and the Ernst Mayr Library of the Museum of Comparative Zoology.