Johns hopkins library
Virtual Tours by Students
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So I'm going to take you to our Johns Hopkins library today. I'll walk you through what it's like, and then where the students usually study. So academic culture is a big part of Johns Hopkins and School really wanted to provide a lot of space for you to study if you want. There's also a lot of variety of stunning space is whether you want to work in a group, our work alone in silence. So you can see this is where a lot of the people study. There's large tables because even a puzzle said, if you ever wantto take a break and do the puzzles, but then walking ahead, we can see there's a lot of group study rooms. Then there's the main Brody Learning Commons atrium, which is this large space with a lot of natural light. You can rearrange them, which, whichever way you want it just a lot of space to meet up with friends here, work on projects or just do homework. We also have the rare books collection where they keep a display. There's some really cool stuff, and it's always on rotation, so you always get to see new stuff. Then if you want to study by yourself alone, you go downstairs to be level C level or d level. Then there's these individual studying desks or cubbies silent in here so you could study by yourself without any distractions. Then there's also all these books that you could check out at the library, of course. It's just a nice place where everybody comes and studies.