Full service options, consultation, and instruction for faculty who need to archive their research data.
Below is information about the provider(s) of this service. Some providers work with members of a specific school, while others are open to the Harvard community more broadly.
Applicable to members of a specific school or part of the campus
Harvard Kennedy School
Harvard Kennedy School Library
Harvard Business School
Baker Library has two options for data preservation and storage, which are:
Long-term: The HBS Archives is committed to the long-term preservation of the intellectual thought of the School by actively collecting the research and teaching papers of faculty. These papers provide crucial insight into the evolution and impact of business theory and education. Full service support, consultations, and instruction on Faculty data archiving is available for permanent preservation of data.
Temporary: The Faculty Papers Program provides secure storage of faculty research and teaching files and is available for all faculty with the goal of helping manage and temporarily store current work, regardless of format (paper or digital) and to provide options for retaining research data and associated project files following Harvard University Guidelines for data retention.
Examples of records may include:
- Course syllabi
- Teaching notes
- Case preparation materials and drafts
- Research data and drafts
- Writings drafts
- Correspondence relating to teaching, advising, and professional activities
- Audio-visual materials