Author Archives: Donald Juedes

About Donald Juedes

Librarian for Art History, Classics, Film & Media Studies, and Near Eastern Studies

Student Book-Collecting Contest 2016

The Sweren Student Book Collecting Contest is Open! The Betty and Edgar Sweren Student Book Collecting Contest recognizes the love of books and the delight in shaping a thoughtful and focused book collection. All undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a … Continue reading

Scary Movies = Halloween Fun!

The weather outside isn’t exactly frightful (that’s for another holiday), but many films in our library collection are! To get in the Halloween spirit this week, why not check out some DVDs? What type of movie scares you the most? Ghost stories? Horror … Continue reading

Twine 2.0: Not just for storytelling

Guest blogger: Macie Hall, from the CER’s Innovative Instructor. For the past several years, I’ve been interested in storytelling as a means of improving student communication skills in any media. When I talk to students about communication skills, we discuss the importance of … Continue reading

Baffled by Business? Me, too…

Researching market plans? Key business ratios? Mergers and acquisitions? Industry overviews? Don’t know where to begin? Never fear – our Business Research Guide is here! Of course, you may always ask a librarian for help in person, via email, twitter, or even by texting us … Continue reading

Copyright & Your Classroom

Guest blogger: Macie Hall, from the CER’s Innovative Instructor. When we think about teaching, intellectual property rights may not be the first thing that comes to mind. Yet staff in JHU Center for Educational Resources where I work, and my … Continue reading

CQ & the Humanities – Let’s put Congress to Work!

Congressional Quarterly (aka, CQ) publications have long been great sources of information on the activities of Congress. Political science scholars and others in the social sciences know CQ all too well. But, is it possible that the CQ publications would be useful … Continue reading

Opera should be seen and heard!

Are you an opera fan? Do you want to see some great performances of your favorite chestnuts? Or, are you interested in exploring new music you’ve never seen or heard before? Opera in Video might be a great source for you! This … Continue reading

Independent Films from Around the World!

Looking for some interesting films to watch during the summer months? The library has a growing collection of independent and foreign films that may do the trick! If you’re not sure how to find them, here’s an example of how to … Continue reading

Image Is Everything: ARTstor Can Help Illustrate Your Point!

Need a specific image for your term paper? Want to explore a topic in a visual way? Try ARTstor, a research database containing over one million images of art and cultural objects. The collection, which the Libraries subscribe to, documents artistic … Continue reading

Women Make Movies!

To commemorate Women’s History Month, we thought we’d share some of the fantastic contributions women make to the art of filmmaking! Let’s start with the title of this blog post – I stole it completely from a great media arts … Continue reading