Using JHU Libraries


The Eisenhower Library can electronically post your course readings, course notes, syllabi, and exams. The Eisenhower Library can also order your reserves for the reserve desk at your teaching site. To request electronic postings or to submit a reserve request, send your syllabus or list of citations by email to approximately four weeks prior to your course start date. Before submitting your request, please review the library reserve collection policy, and the library’s readings page.

For information on establishing remote access in order to access e-readings, visit the library’s webpage on connecting from off-campus.

Other Library Services

Please contact your liaison or campus librarian to find out about scheduling sessions on conducting scholarly research for your students, acquiring resources not owned by the library and for general tips for more efficient use of the library.

Library Privileges

Your Johns Hopkins Enterprise Directory (JHED) Login ID allows you access to the Eisenhower Library’s extensive electronic databases and search capabilities. You may wish to follow the JHU tutorial on Activating your Johns Hopkins Enterprise Directory (JHED) Login.

To obtain borrowing permissions from the Eisenhower Library, you must have an activated J-Card. Your J-Card works as your picture identification card, library card, and on-campus cash card. For more information on obtaining a J-Card, see here.