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- Free and open to the public, this event, organized by Kate van Orden professor of music, will bring a group of Harvard students, and Ingrid Monson, Professor of African American music, in conversation with David Crosby. #davidcrosby #arts #protest t.co/gdMk0O1VkZ
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News from the Harvard Libraries
Summer Access to the Library
HOLLIS is just the beginning of the library’s summer makeover. The main website (library.harvard.edu) and the Find Databases page are also being redesigned. At the same time, HOLLIS Classic and hcl.harvard.edu will retire. Please share your thoughts and feedback via the online form, or write directly to us if you prefer. Redesigns aside, Harvard’s library resources remain available to you no matter where you are, whether you want to do deep research or just unwind with a streaming film. Here are some tips for taking full advantage:
We’re here to help all summer long: email us or contact ask.library.harvard.edu.
Remember that you are entitled to access AND borrowing privileges at any of our Borrow Direct partner libraries.
If you’d like access to another university’s library, it never hurts to ask. The department to seek out will be called something like “Privileges,” “Access,” or “Admittance.” Public libraries welcome everyone.
If you’re looking for a specific book and want to know where the nearest copy is, just search worldcat.org and then enter your zip code.
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