Harvard's Yenching Library
NESA students and faculty with current IDs may access the print collection at Harvard's Yenching Library. After registering with the circulation desk at the Yenching, NESA students and faculty may access its reading rooms and stacks. The Yenching library is located on Harvard's campus at 2 Divinity Avenue, off of Kirkland Street. For directions and holdings information, please review the the Yenching library's website.
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Library cards can be obtained for free from your local public library. Once you have a library card you will have access to a number of additional online and print resources through your local and state library systems. Search for books and journal issues not available at Kelly Library and either access them directly at your public library or make requests for books, A/V items, or articles through their Inter-library Loan (ILL) services. Please speak to someone at you local public library for more information.
The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners licenses a number of electronic resources for use by all Massachusetts residents from their home computers with Internet access. Go to the Massachusetts Libraries online catalog and use PowerSearch to explore their electronic resources. For a list of the databases available through this service, please visit the MBLC website.