Interior of Guo zi jian showing detail of coffered ceiling with painted decoration

Interior of Guo zi jian showing detail of coffered ceiling with painted decoration. Photograph by Morrison, Hedda from a collection at Harvard-Yenching Library (HM04.4554, VIA ID: olvwork87814)

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Highlights from Harvard's digital collections:
http://digitalcollections.harvard.edu

Promoting your Digital Collection

There are 3 key locations at Harvard to list your digital collection to ensure visibility to the Harvard community, to the broader scholarly community and to the public:

  1. E-Research at Harvard Libraries
  2. HOLLIS
  3. Harvard Library Digital Collections

E-Research at Harvard Libraries

First step is to request that your collection be listed as a resource on the E-Research site. See examples of other digital collections listed in E-Research.

To send an E-Research request, submit the Free Resource Acquisition and Description Form. In the Resources type/sub-category area of the form, select "Harvard digital collections".

HOLLIS

Adding a catalog record in HOLLIS is generally a decentralized activity handled according to local department practices. For more information, contact the head of cataloging for your unit.

When adding a link to your collection from a HOLLIS record, be sure to use the e-resource URN.

Harvard web pages

Harvard University provides open online access to a rich array of digital materials, much of which results from digital projects at Harvard Library. Links to a growing number of digitized collections from the University's libraries, museums, archives and special collections can be found at: Digital Collections.

To request the addition of a collection, please contact Maggie Hale, Librarian for Collections Digitization.