Contact a librarian by email, phone, or in person
The Audiovisual Center provides access to audiotapes, CDs, DVDs, videotapes, computer software, guidebooks, records, slides, and microforms
Instructions for graduate students to obtain a carrel locker
Policies and procedures for borrowing books and other materials from the Sheridan Libraries’ collections; access to other libraries for JHU faculty and graduate students
Information about public computers and how to connect your personal computer to networked library materials
Access Web-based databases, electronic books and electronic journals from off-campus locations
Guidelines for preparing and submitting Ph.D. dissertations or Master's essays
Service that retrieves and delivers books and articles for faculty, senior staff, graduate students, and the disabled affiliated with the Homewood Campus.
Location of Eisenhower Library group study rooms
Acquire library materials materials not owned by the Eisenhower Library, Libraries Service Center, or Gilman Storage.
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Ways to learn the library and make the most of its collections and services. Listen to Sheridan Libraries podcasts!
Request materials shelved at the Libraries Service Center on the APL Campus.
Experimental tools to help you find and use information, including search plug-ins, gadgets, and citations aids.
Digital collections, services, and infrastructure that support the research, learning, scholarly communication and preservation needs of the University
View list of checked out items, hold requests, and fines
Locations and fees for photocopying, printing and downloading
Course reserve materials are available in electronic, print, or audiovisual formats
Information about accessible entrances, restrooms, telephones, and assistive technology
Policies and procedures for using Eisenhower Library and the Quad for student events