The Analytics team, led by Karen Golden, can work with you to establish or refine the tracking, analysis and reporting of user behaviors on your website or other digital initiative.
HBS Faculty and Staff have unparalleled support from the team of experts at Baker Library. Whether you are beginning to explore a new idea or are ready to share your research after years of work, we are here to support you.
Featured services for Faculty and Staff:
For a full list of library services for Faculty and Staff, please see below.
Donate your research to the HBS Archives.
Harvard Library tools and services that facilitate the access & delivery of books and articles from Borrow Direct affiliated libraries and interlibrary loan (borrowing from other libraries).
Learn how Baker Library provides course services to support both your teaching and your students' learning.
Baker Research & Data Services' deep expertise with the licensed and publicly available databases, as well as print collections, enables us to efficiently and effectively download, scrape, merge, and clean data from disparate sources
Baker Library staff can help faculty to share their data.
If the data you need requires a Data Use Agreement, or a purchase out of your research budget, we will facilitate that process.
Baker Research & Data Services provides an array of data services including downloading, scraping, merging, and cleaning data from disparate sources from licensed and publicly available data sources, and the preparation of data for analysis.
The team, comprised of data scientists, researchers, business information specialists, and librarians also offers a variety of analytical and data visualization services to support faculty research projects and publications using Baker collections and licensed and publicly available data sources.
Baker Research & Data Services can provide you with fact checking and background information for media interviews, teaching prep, and case writing.
HBS faculty can now have books delivered directly to their office.
Baker Library provides secure storage of faculty research and teaching files through the Faculty Papers Program.
Baker staff is committed to providing guidance on acquisitions of books and subscriptions for individual use.
Staffed by a small team of experienced journalists, Harvard Business School Working Knowledge publishes accessible feature articles about faculty research (and practice) for an audience of business practitioners. We also publish brief summaries of every working paper published through HBS. Our goal: to explain the practical relevance of economic research to a non-academic audience.
An e-learning library service designed to meet your needs where you are--from just-in-time learning to in-depth overviews.
HBS faculty and staff may request links to database content for posting to the course platform or physical books for library reserves.
Tours are available for the HBS and Harvard communities in different formats to meet a variety of needs. We also offer tours to other visitors on a limited basis depending on the purpose of the tour and the availability of staff guides.
Baker Research & Data Services can save you time and add value to your research by conducting a literature search to support your work, whether it be for a research project, for teaching prep, or to support your cases, articles, or books.
Baker Library's Metadata team can work with you to create or improve the metadata for your information product (ex: website, database, newsletters).
Baker Library publishes a range of newsletters every week for different HBS audiences.
Records management staff provide guidance and resources for all stages in the records and information lifecycle, from creating records through destruction of non-permanent records or the transfer of permanent records to the HBS Archives.
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.
Do you want to schedule a research consultation with a Baker librarian? Find out more about how we can help.
Information on fellowships that include support for research at Baker Library.
Research archivists and librarians are available to work with you on your research project, identifying potential resources within the full range of materials in Special Collections and Archives. Interested in the history of HBS? Our research staff can conduct in-depth research within the HBS Archives for HBS faculty and staff.
In addition, we offer name search services within our most heavily used collection, the R.G. Dun & Co. Credit Reports.
Research archivists and librarians are available to work with you to identify and review potential resources for your research project.
Baker Library's Semantic Search team works to continually improve the search experience on the Baker Library website by analyzing search statistics; identifying, reviewing and developing vocabularies and entities; managing search pipelines, and more.
The taxonomy team, led by Donna Popky, can work with you to research, define, create, and integrate topics, industry and location for the content on your HBS websites, in your research, or in any information product.
Baker Library provides workshops, presentations and information sessions for faculty, students and alumni; as well as directly to students in the classroom. Learn more about our presentations, including how to schedule one for your course or club.