The Johns Hopkins University Library network includes the Milton S. Eisenhower Library, which is the principal research library for the university and one of the Sheridan Libraries. Other specialized collections in medicine, international affairs, music, and earth and space science are located across the university's campuses. Smaller collections are also maintained at Johns Hopkins' satellite campuses and centers. The libraries work collaboratively through the University Libraries Council, chaired by the Sheridan Dean of University Libraries & Museums.
The holdings of all the Johns Hopkins libraries are available in the Johns Hopkins University Libraries Catalog.
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Sheridan Libraries (Schools of Arts & Sciences, Engineering, Business and Education)
Medical Institutions Libraries (Schools of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing)
- William H. Welch Medical Library
- Institute for the History of Medicine
- Harold E. Harrison Library at Bayview
- The Carol J. Gray Nursing Information Resource Center
- Jonas Friedenwald Memorial Library/Wilmer Eye Institute
School of Advanced International Studies (Washington, DC; Europe; Nanjing, China)
- Sheridan Libraries @ Columbia, DC & Montgomery (Serving the Carey Business School, the School of Education, the Whiting School of Engineering's Engineering for Professionals, and the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences' Advanced Academic Programs)
Archives and Special Collections Libraries
- Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives
- John Work Garrett Library at Evergreen (Special Collections)
- Ferdinand Hamburger University Archives
- George Peabody Library (Special Collections)
- JScholarship is designed to gather, distribute, and preserve digital materials related to the Johns Hopkins research and instructional mission.
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