- personalized research assistance
- information literacy training
- data management assistance
- instructional technology help
- books, journals, and datasets
- a variety of study spaces
We also know that your research work has changed in the last few years, with products like Google Scholar, Papers, ResearchGate, Evernote, and many others letting you store, recall, disseminate, and interact with your data and information in new and (usually) easier ways.
Help us to help you. Please take the 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication survey so that we know what tools JHU researchers prefer to use and we can optimize our resources for your workflow.
If that’s not incentive enough, join us in the BLC Daily Grind cafe on Thursday, Jan. 21, between 10:00 and 11:30 am to talk with a librarian about these tools. The first 20 graduate students and faculty who arrive and take the survey will receive a $5 Daily Grind gift card. (We’ll provide laptops or you can bring your own.)