Monthly Archives: January 2009

MSEL Hours and Access Change

Due to low use of the building during early morning hours and the need to watch costs, the library administration has altered the 24/7 policy. The changes are listed below. Q and M levels of MSEL will continue to be … Continue reading

AccuNet/AP Multimedia Archive: Find Images, Audio, and More

AccuNet/AP Multimedia Archive provides photographs, audio sound bites, graphics and text spanning over 160 years of history. From simple keyword searching to more complex searches such as concept, color, and category, enhance your research and presentations by accessing over one … Continue reading

Exhibit Captures the Birth of the Blue Jay

Grauer’s Blue Jay: A Hopkins Tradition, an exhibit of Blue Jay memorabilia from journalist, author, and editorial cartoonist Neil A. Grauer, opens at the MSE Library on January 28 and runs through May 25, 2009. Since the 1920s, the mascot … Continue reading

Use Your JHED in the Library Catalog

You can now use your JHED username and password to view your library account. No longer must you use the 14-digit number on the bottom of your J-card to see your checked out books or to renew them. If you … Continue reading

Watch the Presidential Inauguration With Us

The Eisenhower Library will be showing live video coverage of the Presidential Inauguration on Tuesday, January 20, in the Electronic Resource Classroom on M-Level of the library. Coverage will begin at 10am. Or, if you can’t join us in person, … Continue reading

Featured: Aluka for African Sources and Plants

Aluka is a digital library of scholarly resources from and about Africa. It has three major content areas: African cultural heritage sites and landscapes, African plants, and struggles for freedom in South Africa. Each content area includes a wide variety … Continue reading

New Look and Functionality for Database Lists

It is definitely the start of a new year – this is our third post in a row with the word “new” in the title! Our database-by-subject list has a new look. Most of the old subjects are still there, … Continue reading

January: A New Administration, An Uncertain Economy

With a new administration this month and daily depressing news about the economy, it’s best to stay informed! We invite you to browse selected titles from our General Reference collection; they’re displayed on the two shelves to the left of … Continue reading

New Library Guides: Start Your Research Here

We’re pleased to introduce new online guides that bring together the best resources with tips on writing, citing, and related topics. Bookmark them today and have a new dashboard to the best starting points for finding articles, books, video, and … Continue reading