In order to view full-text resources available through the Harvard University Library System, you must link your account on Google Scholar search to the Harvard University proxy server. This will enable links to full-text via the familiar "Find it @ Harvard" buttons when viewing a Google Scholar record with full-text availability.
Go to Google Scholar’s main page and click “Settings”
Once you claim your HarvardKey, Harvard WiFi no longer works with HUID and PIN-password; you will get an invalid credentials message. Instead, for username continue to use HUID, but for the password use the new password you just created for HarvardKey. For the WiFi network "Harvard Secure" this is noted here: http://reference.iam.harvard.edu/harvardkey#step3.
HarvardKey is Harvard University's login authentication system. All members of the CfA community are elligible to claim a HarvardKey. You will need to claim and use your HarvardKey in order to access online CfA Library and Harvard 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.
We do have a small collection of audio books; the Baker Library at the Business School has the best collection. (A HarvardKey will also allow you to stream audio books from the Naxos Spoken Word Library.)
SAO employees, through their CfA affiliation, are granted access to certain Harvard Libraries such as Cabot, Widener, and Lamont. Please contact the Wolbach Library prior to your first visit to a Harvard Library if you wish to take advantage of this privilege, as terms and conditions may vary.