Baker Library provides a range of resources and services to Executive Education participants to meet their research needs:
Database access: Many databases are available to participants anywhere; however, some must be used in-library. Consult the list of databases available to participants for access details.
Getting help: Librarians are available to provide research consultations remotely and in-person.
Visiting & Borrowing: Participants are welcome in Baker Library’s Stamps Reading Room, where they can meet librarians and borrow books from Baker’s collections. HBS Campus Map
Ethical Use of Licensed Databases for Executive Education
Each year, Baker Library makes substantial investments in resources to support the academic programs of Harvard Business School. Your use of Baker Library resource means that you agree to abide by the Copyright and Licensing Restrictions set forth by Harvard University.
Baker Library resources should be used only to support the completion of HBS course assignments. Our academic contracts do not allow for any commercial or for-profit use of our licensed resources.
Failure to respect our legal agreements with our vendors not only creates a risk of damaging HBS’s reputation but also may compromise our ability to continue to make investments that support the teaching and research mission of the school. Finally, please adhere to our HBS Community Values when you use Baker resources:
- Respect for the rights and dignity of others
- Honesty and integrity in dealing with all members of the HBS community
- Accountability for personal behavior