HOLLIS got a new look over spring break! Once you get the hang of it, the new interface is pretty awesome. It incorporates many highly-requested features, such as durable urls, holdings and details all in the same tab, and "sticky" facets. It also adds a slew of precision search options---we'll be posting about those soon!
William Brewster (1851-1919) was a renowned American amateur ornithologist, serving as a co-founder of the American Ornithologists’ Union, the first president of the Massachusetts Audubon Society, and a curator at Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ). As a part of the CLIR-funded BHL Field Notes Project, MCZ has been digitizing Brewster’s journals, diaries, letters, and photographic prints, which are held in Special Collections at the MCZ’s Ernst Mayr Library.
Most of Brewster’s observations are based in New England, where he split his...
The Ernst Mayr Library is pleased to announce a new way to interact with our Special Collections and Archives. In addition to email, phone and in-person inquiries, library users can now request materials in advance through Hollis.
This system is now in place in several libraries on campus, including the Botany Libraries, Tozzer and Houghton.
We are pleased to announce five upcoming webinars from BHL’s NDSR residents! As many of you already know, each resident has spent the past 10 months or so working hard on individual—yet inter-related—research projects to explore how we might best improve the features and functionality of BHL to incorporate new technologies and evolving best practices for digital libraries and the larger biodiversity community.
Each resident will be delivering a webinar, reporting on the results of their research to date along with their recommendations for BHL. The topics and schedule for...