The library specializes in teaching research, information literacy, scholarly communication, copyright, data management, and general library skills.

Librarians can visit your classroom in person and online to teach critical research and information literacy skills that are directly relevant to your course. They can support your students through the development of research assignments, online modules, and supplemental online learning tools.

Guide

How to write a Literature Review

Step-by-step guide to tackling a literature review in any discipline. Request an instruction session for more in-depth guidance for your students.

Literature Review Guide

Additional Resources

Library Training & Workshops
Free workshops and trainings open to all JHU students, faculty and staff, hosted by expert librarians.
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How-To Guides for You and Your Students
Helpful guides and tutorials to learn research skills and basic library services.
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Center for Educational Resources

The teaching and learning center supporting instructors in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering.
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Teaching Academy
Professional development programs for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows at Johns Hopkins University.
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The Innovative Instructor
Teaching best practices written by Johns Hopkins faculty and Sheridan Libraries staff.
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Blackboard Support
Training and support resources for instructors and teaching assistants.
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Contact Library Instruction Services

Contact Us

Milton S. Eisenhower Library
libinstruction@jhu.edu