Digital Library

CHS Greece is part of the administrative and organizational structure of the Center in Washington, DC, and therefore Harvard’s, and it operates as any other node inside the Harvard network, allowing researchers to have access to the University’s digital resources. The “Georgios Vernardakis Digital Library” of the Center in Greece is open to visiting researchers—free of charge—and its constantly enriched collection offers a database with millions of digital items (books, journals, manuscripts, files, maps, microfilms, and musical scores as well as audio and visual material) from all academic fields and disciplines.

The Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece, within the framework of planning and implementing programs, has developed the Digital Library Program for schools and undergraduate students (DLP). Addressed, mainly, to middle, junior and senior high school students as well as university students, the program presents digital methods used for the dissemination of knowledge by academic institutions such as Harvard and the CHS.