JHU LIBRARIES AND SERVICES
Research is a key component to every student’s work at the School of Education, and we are thrilled to offer our students some of the best library resources in the country.
Mike Houck (email@example.com), who is based at the Columbia Center, is the librarian for the School of Education and is your go-to person for any questions related to the library and research in general. Mike can also connect you with in-person support at other JHU libraries.
SOE students have access to all library resources in Baltimore at the Eisenhower Library on the Homewood campus, as well as at any of JHU’s regional libraries in Washington, DC or Columbia, MD, whether they take classes in-person or online.
Guides to research in education:
- Library Website
- Counseling and Human Services Research Guide
- Education Research Guide
- Education in the Health Professions Guide
- Public Safety Leadership Research Guide
- Dissertation Submission Guidelines
Johns Hopkins University offers remote access services to university library resources via a proxy server. When you encounter the proxy server, you simply enter your JHED ID and password.
You may also access library resources remotely by logging into the Portal at my.jhu.edu and selecting the ”Library” tab.
Technical assistance is available from the Hopkins computer support staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-516-HELP (4357).