Do Harvard Alumni have access to libraries and resources?

A working group formed under the authorization of the Library Leadership Team and collaborating closely with the Harvard Alumni Association has set up access to a limited offering of electronic resources for Harvard alumni which can be viewed at library.harvard.edu/alumni-resources.

These include:

JSTOR
Full-text coverage of core scholarly journals.
Note: Current issues are available for some, but not most, journals in JSTOR.

Project Muse — Standard Journal Collection 
Full text of scholarly journals published by university presses and scholarly societies in the humanities and the social sciences.

ABI/Inform Complete
Largely full-text database combining scholarly journals, trade publications, newspapers and more in business and management, including economic conditions, accounting and finance.
Note: The Wall Street Journal is not available in this collection.

EBSCO Academic Search Alumni Edition 
A scholarly collection of journals covering the major areas of academic research.
Note: Not all titles are available in full text.

Sage

Sage Journals provides the full text of journals in the social sciences and humanities, health sciences, life and biomedical sciences, and materials sciences and engineering.

Sage Research Methods includes case studies, articles and other materials on research methods.

CQ Press Library includes the CQ Almanac, Voting and Elections Collection, and a broad range of local and state data.

American Medical Association Journals
Full text access to the current issues and archives of JAMA, JAMA Internal Medicine, and all of the other JAMA journals.

Annual Reviews
Full-text of critical reviews of the research literature in disciplines within the biomedical, life, physical and social sciences, including economics.

Cambridge University Press

Cambridge Companions Online is an eBook series providing introductions to major writers, philosophers, artists and musicians.

Cambridge Histories Online is an eBook series of works published since 1960 on general and regional history, literary studies, philosophy and religion.

Did you know…? Your faculty library may make additional resources available to you. Contact them directly to learn more about alumni library access and privileges.