What is Harvard Library Learns?

Harvard Library Learns! is a one-day summit devoted to enriching the culture of learning and professional development across the libraries.

Have you ever wondered about what goes on in other units in the library? Interested in exploring career pathways? Looking for new ideas to enhance your work? This summit is an opportunity for you to step outside your every day routine and learn across the diverse Harvard Library organization.

The first Harvard Library Learns! was held at the Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall, on March 21, 2019. Read the retrospective. Check the individual session pages for any slides, handouts, or other materials.

Latest News

Harvard Library Learns -- Remotely! postponed

May 4, 2020
Due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding the coronavirus situation and the timing of campus restart, scheduling for Harvard Library Learns -- Remotely! has been postponed until further notice.

Coming Soon: Harvard Library Learns - Remotely!

April 6, 2020
Harvard Library Learns -- Remotely! will feature sessions originally submitted for the June 2 in-person event. All Harvard Library Learns -- Remotely! sessions will take place on online via Zoom. Check back here for the schedule coming soon!

COVID-19 Update

March 25, 2020

Due to the rapidly changing circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 situation, the planned in-person Harvard Library Learns! summit is being postponed.

The organizing committee will be reviewing the original submissions to look for opportunities for remote presentation and participation. Please check back here for updates.