Resources

Resources for Faculty & Graduate Students

AV/IT in All Registrar-Controlled Classrooms
Please check your classroom to see if it contains installed audiovisual equipment or a console in which you can plug a laptop and view the network. If you need audiovisual equipment set up in your classroom, you must request this equipment from Audio Visual Services.

Center for Educational Resources (CER)
The mission of the CER is to partner with faculty and graduate students to extend their instructional impact by connecting innovative teaching strategies and instructional technologies. The CER is located in the Garrett Room of the Milton S. Eisenhower Library on the Homewood campus.

Ordering Desk Copies
For faculty and graduate student instructors: please go to Ordering Desk Copies to learn the general guidelines for ordering desk copies for your classes.

ELH Papers (password protected)

English Graduate Student Association Bylaws (password protected)

English Graduate Student Handbook (password protected)

ISIS (course registration)

English Department Courses on ISIS (course search)

JHU Graduate Representative Organization

GRO Guide to Baltimore

JHU Graduate & Postdoctoral Affairs

Orals Lists (password protected):

18th Century British | 19th Century British | American | ModernismPoetics | Renaissance |Theory

Job Placement

MLA job list (accessed through the Association of Departments of English)

Placement Information Timeline (password protected)

Preparing for the Academic Job Interview (password protected)

For New Faculty and Graduate Students

myJHU (Johns Hopkins email, file sharing, etc.)

Direct Deposit
Direct deposit is available through the Employee Self Service system. To set up direct deposit, log into my.jh.edu with your JHED ID and password. From the icons on the left side of the screen, select HR and then select ESS. Then log into ESS with your JHED ID and password. As part of the login, you will be sent a text message with a login code for this one occasion, or you can choose to answer a security question the system already has on file for you. Once logged in, select Payroll Information, then Direct Deposit, and follow the prompts to enter your information.

I-9 Form, Employment Eligibility Verification
The purpose of the Form I-9 is to document that each new employee (both citizen and non-citizen) is authorized to work in the United States.

  • Faculty steps: All new employees must complete Section 1 of Form I-9 on or before the first day of work, by visiting http://www.newi9.com/ and inserting the employer code 11472.
  • Graduate student steps: All new employees must complete Section 1 of Form I-9 on or before the first day of work, by visiting http://www.newi9.com/ and inserting the employer code 11472.  For U.S. citizens completing Section 1 of the form I-9, select “Students from KSAS and WSE” as location.

JCard (Student ID)

Plagiarism Prevention (turnitin.com)
The Krieger School has a subscription to the Turnitin.com Plagiarism Prevention Service. This service provides an easy-to-use method for instructors to check the content of papers for unoriginal material. The CER offers training and information about this service.

Professional Resources

Cornell: School of Criticism and Theory

Modernist Studies Association

UPenn: Calls for Papers

Arts and Letters Daily

Research

Milton S. Eisenhower Library English Subject Guide

Library of Congress

Folger Shakespeare Library

The Modernism Lab at Yale University

U of Maryland: Center for Renaissance and Baroque Studies

UbuWeb Poetry Archive

Penn Sound: Recordings of Poetry Readings

Student Employment

The Office of Student Employment Services (SES) is a one-stop human resource and employment center for students registered full-time in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences (KSAS) and the Whiting School of Engineering (WSE). SES is located in Garland Hall, Room 72.  Please refer to the Student Employment Services website for any payroll questions.