Service Overview

Baker Library offers access to a vast array of information resources. It also connects you to the broader resources of the Harvard University Libraries. With so many resources available, sometimes it's not easy to find and evaluate the information you need.

Don't hesitate to ask for assistance. Also, look for information about library services and resources integrated into other programming, e.g., Career and Professional Development and Alumni Reunions.

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Alumni

  • (Spring 2017)

Executive Education

MBA

Contact

Curriculum & Learning Services

infoservices@hbs.edu

617-495-6040


HBS Alumni

Baker Library provides hands on assistance to our researchers. Trainings and workshops, either group sessions or one-one-one with a librarian, can be requested by any member of the HBS community- faculty, alumni, staff, MBA student project teams, MBA student clubs, or Executive Education participants.

We can help you:

  • Learn about all the library services and resources available to alumni
  • Use eBaker more efficiently and effectively
  • Navigate the Harvard Library alumni collection

HBS Doctoral Students

Baker Library provides hands on assistance to our researchers. Trainings and workshops, either group sessions or one-one-one with a librarian, can be requested by HBS doctoral students.

We can help you:

  • Use our collections (databases and print) more efficiently and effectively
  • Understand business & research concepts 
  • Learn more about different citation management systems
  • Navigate the Harvard Library system

Baker Research Services also provides HBS faculty, doctoral students and research associates with guidance using statistical software such as Excel and SAS.


HBS Executive Education Participants

Baker Library provides hands on assistance to our researchers. Trainings and workshops, either group sessions or one-one-one with a librarian, can be requested by participants currently enrolled in an Executive Education program.

We can help you or your team:

  • Understand which collections you have access to on campus and remotely
  • Develop effective search strategies for our databases
  • Learn about our alumni library services and resources

HBS Faculty

Baker Library provides hands on assistance to our researchers. Trainings and workshops, either group sessions or one-one-one with a librarian, can be requested by any member of the HBS community- faculty, alumni, staff, MBA student project teams, MBA student clubs, or Executive Education participants.

We can help you or your team:

  • Use our collections (databases and print) more efficiently and effectively
  • Learn more about different citation management systems
  • Navigate the Harvard Library system

Baker Research Services also provides HBS faculty, doctoral students and research associates with guidance using statistical software such as Excel and SAS.


HBS MBA Students

Baker Library provides hands on assistance to our researchers. Trainings and workshops, either group sessions or one-one-one with a librarian, can be requested by MBA students, FGI project teams, MBA student clubs or student teams working on b-plans / startup ideas.

We can help you or your team:

  • Use our collections (databases and print) more efficiently
  • Develop effective search strategies for our databases
  • Navigate the Harvard Library system
  • Create a target list / use library resources for career search

HBS Staff

Baker Library provides hands on assistance to our researchers. Trainings and workshops, either group sessions or one-one-one with a librarian, can be requested by any member of the HBS staff.

We can help you or your team:

  • Use our collections (databases and print) more efficiently
  • Develop effective search strategies for our databases
  • Understand business & research concepts 
  • Learn more about different citation management systems
  • Navigate the Harvard Library system

Baker Research Services also provides HBS faculty, doctoral students and research associates with guidance using statistical software such as Excel and SAS.