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Gutman's collections, searchable in HOLLIS, are supplemented by those at Harvard's 25 libraries as well as by electronic resources on the Harvard Library databases site.
Primary focuses are educational administration and policy, elementary and secondary education, teachers and teaching, educational innovations, educational psychology, human development, language acquisition, and the history of education.
Gutman's Special Collections richly document the history of education.
Materials faculty place on Reserve in support of specific courses. Changes each semester; reserve materials are listed on course websites.
The collection of circulating books and non-circulating periodicals totals approximately 200,000 volumes — second floor and offsite storage.
Gutman currently subscribes to hundreds of journals in print, and provides online access to thousands of additional titles, check HOLLIS for details.
HGSE doctoral candidates' theses and pre-thesis research papers. All are cataloged in HOLLIS. Dissertations from 1997 onward are also available in Dissertations and Theses Full Text (ProQuest) (HUID and PIN required) in full text.
Commercially produced video and audio tapes on topics related to education and psychology – offsite storage, requestable.
Full text of documents (EDs) indexed in the ERIC Index. — offsite storage, requestable for in-library use.
Gutman Library welcomes purchase requests for books, films, journals, databases, datasets, or other research material that supports the research, teaching, and learning needs of the HGSE community.
If you are looking for information about course-related purchases, please visit our step-by-step guide for requesting course materials.