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After reading a journal article on the transgender community in Iran from Harvard’s open-access collections, an anonymous reader writes: “I happen to belong the population of this study, namely a genetic male, gender-fluid Iranian. I wish more... Read more

The Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC) is pleased to announce the release of a comprehensive literature review on strategies for converting subscription journals to open access.

In the spring of 2015, the OSC... Read more

How well does Google index Harvard’s open-access repository? Three interns with the Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC) tackled this question over three semesters.

More than half the visitors to DASH, Harvard’s open-access repository,... Read more

Harvard Library’s Copyright First Responders and the Library Innovation Lab have won the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation’s Knight News Challenge on Libraries Prototype Award for their collaborative project, “... Read more

Danielle Adams recently joined the Research, Teaching and Learning group as the RTL Project Manager. In this position, she will be responsible for guiding and managing the development of research, teaching and learning initiatives at the Harvard... Read more

Open Access Week is an international event highlighting open access to research and promoting it as the new default for peer-reviewed scholarship. This week, the Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC) planned a... Read more

A small group of librarians has been hard at work putting together a suite of e-resources that will soon be available to Harvard alumni. The working group was able to assemble a set of resources from seven publishers that contain over 7,000 full-... Read more

March 24, 2015—The Harvard Library is joining with the California Digital Library, the University of California system, Ohio State University and the University of British Columbia in a study funded by the Mellon Foundation to help define the... Read more