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Exploring Digital Library Resources at Harvard

The Office for Information Systems (OIS) in the Harvard University Library has created a new online overview of digital library resources at Harvard. Entitled "Exploring Digital Library Resources at Harvard," the brief guide is found online at, and it is intended to acquaint new students, faculty, and other members of the Harvard community with the growing inventory of digital tools that the University offers.

The guide was created late this summer in response to a request from the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. It provides only a representative overview—one that will be updated frequently—of library-related digital resources. The guide is meant to function in tandem with other online resources—notably the College Library's excellent "Conducting Research" pages found at

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