Harvard’s Library Lab Issues an Open Call for Proposals from Students, Faculty, and Staff

Harvard News – “In a move designed to inspire a new generation of library services, the University’s newly created Library Lab is inviting students, faculty, and staff to collaborate with the Harvard Libraries and serve as co-creators of the information society of the future. In announcing the Lab, Robert Darnton, Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor and Director of the University Library, states that the Lab “will develop a wide variety of digital innovations that will ensure Harvard’s leadership in the burgeoning and increasingly collaborative world of information technology. Thanks to support from the Arcadia Fund, Harvard’s Library Lab will enhance knowledge and library services through a striking balance of innovation, cooperation, and entrepreneurship.”

One Response to “Harvard’s Library Lab Issues an Open Call for Proposals from Students, Faculty, and Staff”

  1. Pamela White
    September 1, 2010 at 10:47 am #

    As a recent library school grad, I am glad to see that prestigious Harvard is recognizing that library services needs to move ahead of the curve. Bravo, and can’t wait to read the proposals. And, I will submit some as ideas evolve.

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