The future of knowledge depends on libraries. That future starts here.
Our vision? A world where more people have access to knowledge and more voices are heard. Where tools and solutions can be networked, shared, and “hacked.” Where knowledge not only provides answers, but empowers and inspires. We think libraries can help build this world. Let’s get started.
Designing the Hayden Experience
Now that the architectural vision has taken shape, staff across the organization have been tasked with rethinking what happens in Hayden once the library reopens.
MIT Libraries’ Vision: A New Urgency
The Libraries share a new document that articulates and amplifies our existing vision, with a sharpened focus, new urgency, and principles to guide our decision making.
A Q&A with Roger Levy
Levy, associate professor in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, shares his perspective on leading the Committee on the Library System.
Explore our organization
Here’s how we plan to contribute to a world with enduring, abundant, equitable, and meaningful access to information.
Who we are
Meet our staff and learn about opportunities to work with us
What we live by
We aim to do great things and to find joy and meaning in our work
How we’re shaping the future
We’re working to make libraries open, interactive, and computational