Liz Johns is a research and teaching librarian based in Eisenhower Library supporting the Medicine, Science and the Humanities program. Liz provides specialized support to improve the research skills of students at all levels, and can meet with students one-on-one, in small groups, or as entire classes. Additionally, Liz can support faculty in developing and supplementing research assignments as applicable to the program, MSH courses, or individual assignments. Liz can be your first point of contact at the library, and due to the interdisciplinary nature of the program, works with a team of research librarians who specialize in different fields to help provide the best resources and information possible. Liz focuses her research interests in using and developing new technologies in the classroom and online to support student research and learning.
More information about Liz, her office hours, and how she can support research, teaching, and learning in the Medicine, Science, and the Humanities Program can be found at guides.library.jhu.edu/emjohns.