NOTICE: Elsevier Data Leak—Action Required

Johns Hopkins University has learned of a data leak at Elsevier, the provider of platforms such as Science Direct and Mendeley, and a major publisher of scholarly journals. An Elsevier server was exposing user emails, usernames, and passwords in plain text for an unknown length of time. Password reset links might also have been leaked. […]


Sheridan Libraries running faculty survey through April 12

The Sheridan Libraries are seeking input from full-time faculty in the schools of Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Education, and Business about the role of the libraries in supporting the needs of Johns Hopkins researchers and students. Faculty are invited to complete the Local Faculty Survey regarding the libraries’ resources and services through Friday, April 12. […]


Sheridan Libraries launch the Peabody Ballroom Experience

film screening peabody

The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries are pleased to announce the Peabody Ballroom Experience, a new collaboration with Baltimore’s ballroom community, a performance-based art culture comprising gay, lesbian, trans, and gender non-conforming people of color. The project will host public workshops with special collections materials, film screenings, panel discussions, and dance workshops; conduct oral history […]


Hopkins partners with Harvard and MIT to launch Public Access Submission System (PASS) and support open access

Johns Hopkins University’s Sheridan Libraries, in collaboration with the Harvard University Office for Scholarly Communication, the MIT Libraries, and with inspiration from Jeff Spies, formerly of the Center for Open Science, have developed the Public Access Submission System, or PASS. The innovative web application helps researchers comply simultaneously with the open access policies of both […]


Pop-up Mapathon for Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Hurricane Disaster Relief Mapathon  Thursday, October 5, 2017 3:00-5:30 p.m. Great Hall, Levering  The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries has organized a pop-up mapathon to offer immediate support to on-the-ground relief efforts in Puerto Rico. In response to humanitarian crises caused by the recent hurricanes, people around the world are contributing to the OpenStreetMap(OSM) to aid in disaster relief. Puerto Rico is […]


Bibliomania Exhibition Reception – October 1st at the George Peabody Library

Opening Reception & Curators’ Talk for “Bibliomania: 150 Years of Collecting Rare Books at the George Peabody Library” Sunday, October 1, 2017 3 p.m. reception, 4 p.m. program George Peabody Library This event is free by advance registration only. Register now!  http://jhu.libcal.com/event/3605664 or email libraryfriends@jhu.edu. Valet parking will be available. Join the Sheridan Libraries to celebrate the […]