Do you miss great coffee? Great news! Beginning Monday, March 15, the Daily Grind’s BLC Café in the Brody Learning Commons will be open to current Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, […]
Johns Hopkins Libraries: What’s New for Spring 2021?
The Johns Hopkins Libraries will reopen some physical locations in the days ahead with reduced hours, capacity limits, de-densified study spaces, and enhanced cleaning and sanitizing procedures as the university […]
Update on Library Services for Thanksgiving Week
The Sheridan Libraries will be closed Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27 for Thanksgiving, a university holiday. The library services below will have modified hours during Thanksgiving week, from […]
No-Contact Pickup of Library Materials is as easy as 1-2-3
It’s now easier than ever to request and pickup library materials from the Milton S. Eisenhower Library with the launch of an online registration tool to schedule a pickup time […]
The Board Is Back!
There is a Suggestion Board on Eisenhower Library’s M Level, across from the elevators. This board used to be a treasure house of good questions/suggestions from you, and witty replies […]
What’s New on C Level?
Your favorite bricks-and-mortar location for science, engineering, and medicine — that’s C Level, of course — has made some changes. Let’s discuss. I went to the shelf where I always […]
Composting on the go!
Last year Homewood Recycling distributed a survey about composting and recycling needs on campus. From the 400 responses, they determined that additional composting bins were desired and that the library was […]
Who Moved My Cheese…er… I Mean Furniture?
Because we never pass by a chance to be green (and we’re finding it easier than Kermit said we would!), we’ve worked with our Office of Sustainability to find two […]
Summer in the Library
I’m always amused by my grad students who ask me each May – what are you doing this summer? Working of course! You may be lighting out for the territory – […]
It’s not just Olympians who win gold! Our own Brody Learning Commons has just received LEED Gold (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification. What does this mean? It means that […]