Q. I want to visit the library. What services are available to visitors?
Answered By: Sue Vazakas Last Updated: Aug 16, 2017 Views: 1885
Access to the Eisenhower Library and Brody Learning Commons is granted to any person aged 16 or older. You must show a current, valid photo ID issued by a government agency or college/university.
- Visitors under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Members of the public are welcome to visit and use the Eisenhower and Brody (which includes Special Collections and the cafe), except during exams; those hours will be posted at the entrances during those times, or you may call 410-516-8335 to ask.
Computers and Internet
- Within the library, visitors can connect their laptops to the Internet via the University's "JHGuestnet" wireless network connection. Guestnet will not provide access to the library's electronic resources.
- There are six computers on M-level that do not require a login. We ask that you limit your use of them to two hours to provide access to a greater number of patrons. They are located on M-level under the stairs, just past the entrance.
Borrowing Privileges -- See this list for who may borrow books and how to do it.
Printing, Photocopying, Scanning -- Here are locations and other information of the printer/copier/scanners.