American education will be transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the lockdown, and eventually, the recovery. As a leader in evidence-based education policy and practice, the Johns Hopkins School of Education is on the front lines shaping how our profession responds to the challenges. This site is a trove of timely and relevant research, expertise, guidance, and resources to help families, teachers, and district leaders emerge from the crisis stronger than ever. Updated regularly. Please share.
Hopkins KnowledgeNET is an online library that gives you access to thousands of academic journals, articles and reference materials via licensed databases, as well as links to additional collections of online resources, digital libraries, and other Johns Hopkins publications. Hopkins KnowledgeNET is exclusively available to all graduates of the Johns Hopkins University.
All alumni have access to JHU Sheridan Libraries online, however borrowing privileges are restricted to current students, faculty, and staff.
Some other sites that may be of interest to our alumni include:
- OneHop Alumni and OneHop Mentoring– OneHop offers improved alumni-to-alumni networking, an easily-searchable alumni directory, and opportunities to connect with our many alumni communities. OneHop is your one stop to connect with fellow JHU alumni and to support current undergrad and grad students.
- Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association– The Johns Hopkins Alumni Association offers you and your fellow alumni what you need to stay connected, keep advancing, and go on living the Johns Hopkins vision. That, and have some fun.
- Hopkins At Home– Since our founding, Johns Hopkins University has been committed to delivering knowledge and discovery to the world. Through Hopkins at Home, you can now access some of the best of what Hopkins has to offer — from our labs, libraries, and lecture halls to your laptop.
- Johns Hopkins Magazine– Learn and read up on the latest news and notes at Hopkins with a note from President Ron Daniels.
- Johns Hopkins Athletics– Keep up to date on the latest sports at Hopkins and see our Blue Jays compete!
- Johns Hopkins Alumni Career Resources– Many of Johns Hopkins’ nine schools have career services available to alumni. Visit SOE’s services below or click above for central information
- Osher Lifelong Learning Institute– Noncredit programs for retired and semi-retired individuals; formerly The Evergreen Society
- Odyssey– noncredit liberal arts courses and lectures for adults
- Alumni Email Alias Registration– Your @jhu.edu email address will be active for a limited time following your graduation date.* After that period, the email account, along with your JHED access, will be terminated. During this time, you must direct your email alias (JHEDID@jhu.edu) to your new alumni email account to continue receiving emails sent to that jhu.edu address once it deactivates. Click the link above for more information regarding alumni emails.