Fishing for Sources: Google and HOLLIS+
Explore the differences between Google and HOLLIS+
Save time and get research done faster
Hollis+ Quick Tour
Search for sources using basic and advanced use of HOLLIS+
Use Hollis+ tips and tricks in order to save time and avoid frustration
Diagnose Your Search Problems
The best techniques for sifting through search results
Fix the problems of too many, too few, or irrelevant search results
Harvard Library Resources
HOLLIS+ Searches Harvard Library collection and online articles from subscription databases and journals.
Search & Find Recommends major databases and offers a filter to find databases by resource type (articles, data, news, and more).
Research Guides Organizes resources by library and subject areas.
Databases and E-Resources Searches databases by subject areas and resource type.
Research Management and Citation Tools at Harvard provides citation tools and citation style guides.
Note: To create a new RefWorks account you will need a Harvard email address. If you don't already have one, you can create a Harvard Gmail address.
Interrogating Texts: 6 Reading Habits is a helpful guide for reading critically, created by Sue Gilroy at Lamont Library.
Tips to Avoid Plagiarism, from the Extension School, provides a variety of helpful resources.