Can I use the Harvard Business Review in my class?
I am a faculty member, and I want to use content from the Harvard Business Review in my class. Do we have it?
The library has a subscription to Harvard Business Review through our Business Source Premier database subscription. Unfortunately, our EBSCO license does not allow for the use of the digital version of HBR or the HBR Cases in your course.
If you wanted to assign an article from Harvard Business Review that we own in print, you can scan pages or single articles from our print volumes in compliance with the Fair Use Act of 1976 and the TEACH Act and upload them into Canvas. We could also put the print copy on course reserve. See our Course Reserve page for information on how to do so.
If you would like to work with Harvard Publishing on providing these materials digitally through a course reader, please visit hbsp.harvard.edu.