This past spring Associate Dean Dorothy Sheppard announced, “In an effort to provide incoming freshmen with a shared experience, beginning this year, we are asking each incoming class to read […]
The winners of the book collecting contest sponsored by the Friends of the Libraries have been announced.Â Thanks to everyone who participated!
It’s National Library Week!Â Here’s a selection of ways to celebrate: Consult with a subject specialist librarian about a project you’re working on. Â Use your laptop to read or […]
Please join us today from 3 pm to 6 pm for refreshments on Q-Level to celebrate the opening of the new M-Level exhibit, “The Magic Object: Prosperity and Protection in […]
Â Â Just a reminder that wireless printing is available at the Eisenhower Library.Â Details about how to set up your computer are available at http://www.jhu.edu/printing/.
If you’ve heard of or used JSTOR, you’ll want to know about some new featuresÂ of this resource.Â If you’re not yet familiar with JSTOR, first a brief description:Â JSTOR is […]
We recently received this question: What was the number of U.S. households with television sets for each year from 1950 to 1955? This data is fromÂ Historical Statistics of the United […]
TimesSelect, the New York Times online service previously available only to individual subscribers, is now available free of charge if you sign up with your university email address.Â TimesSelect includes […]
We now offer access to the PILOTS (Published International Literature on Traumatic Stress) database. PILOTS is a bibliographic database produced at the headquarters of the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress […]
The Sheridan Libraries are looking for undergraduate and graduate students from the Homewood schools to serve on the new Libraries’ Student Advisory Council.Â This new Council will meet periodically during […]