Library resources and services
Library centers for the Carey Business School are located at the Harbor East (Baltimore) and Washington, D.C. campuses. Librarians are available for individual help or group information sessions.
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The Johns Hopkins Library includes access to:
Database access – 70+ valuable business focused databases From the library website, select “business” under “guides by topic,” or go to the “business research guide” at http://guides.library.jhu.edu/business for links to these databases.
Bloomberg Financial Businesses Terminal access
Interactive, financial information service offering real-time and historical business news and data. Available from designated terminals at JHU libraries. View guide at http://guides.library.jhu.edu/bloomberg
Access from off-campus
Click on the “connecting from off-campus” link to learn more. Access secured resources through the library’s links using your JHED ID and password.
More information is at https://www.library.jhu.edu/
Citing sources & RefWorks
Create a database to manage and annotate your citations, easily make bibliographies your desired citation style, and properly footnote your paper. View the link to the RefWorks guide before you begin.
JCard & books
Use the JCard to enter JHU libraries and check out books. Renew Johns Hopkins University library books from our site through “my library account.”
Use the Catalyst search box or the link for “more search options” to find books on your topic: https://catalyst.library.jhu.edu/. Use the request link in the book’s record to have it sent to any Johns Hopkins library during weekdays or retrieve it yourself. You will receive an email when your book has arrived.
Retrieve electronic readings 24/7 through a designated link in your course in Blackboard, unless instructed otherwise. See your campus libraries for print reserves.
Need books or journal articles that are unavailable through Johns Hopkins University resources? Get articles or books delivered to your desktop or to you at to your nearest Johns Hopkins University library. Delivery time varies. You will be notified upon arrival. On the home page, select the “interlibrary loan link.” Use your JHED login and password to create/access your account and submit requests.
Individual or classroom-based instruction, help with above, and more