The five Sheridan Libraries — the Milton S. Eisenhower Library, the Brody Learning Commons, the Albert D. Hutzler Reading Room, the George Peabody Library, and the John Work Garrett Library — provide the major research library resources for Johns Hopkins University.

Dean’s Office

The Sheridan Dean of University Libraries and Museums at Johns Hopkins University oversees library services in the five Sheridan libraries and coordinates library services across the university.

Special Collections

Curators and librarians from Special Collections are your guides to the more than 400,000 rare books in our collections.

University Archives

Staff in the University Archives collect, preserve, and provide access to Johns Hopkins University history.

Academic Liaison

Librarians in the Academic Liaison Department can help with everything from on-the-spot consultations and information literacy to advanced research support.

Regional Libraries

Also known as Sheridan Libraries @ Columbia, DC & Montgomery, staff support research and teaching for faculty and graduate students at those locations and in part-time online programs.

Conservation & Preservation

Conservators and preservation experts care for the collections, train future professionals, and pursue original research through the Heritage Science for Conservation program.

Center for Educational Resources

The Center for Educational Resources is the teaching and learning center supporting instructors in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering.

Digital Research and Curation Center

The Digital Research and Curation Center develops and supports information technology infrastructure of the Sheridan Libraries.

GIS Services

The GIS team provides access to and training for the suite of ArcGIS software.

Data Management Services

Data management consultants provide guidance, education, and training, in addition to offering data archiving and sharing services for principal investigators across Johns Hopkins University.

Human Resources

Contact staff in the Human Resources Department for information about employment opportunities.

External Affairs

Staff in the Office of External Affairs are ready to help you determine the best way to match your philanthropic goals with giving opportunities at the Sheridan Libraries.

Entrepreneurial Library Program

Teams of service development professionals in library, education, hospitality and related sectors that customize, provide, and consult on sustainable, scalable service solutions and models for clients within and beyond the JHU community.