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Protecting Library property

Last Updated: Feb 13, 2015  |  26 Views

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The SAIS Library's print collection represents a major asset of the School, and is an important part of the library collections of the Johns Hopkins University as a whole.  To protect library materials and ensure their usefulness for other readers, please:

  • Do not write or underline in Library materials.
  • Do not fold pages or insert bulky materials inside bound volumes.
  • Do not attempt to repair Library items yourself. Bring damaged materials to the attention of a Library staff member.
  • Do not eat or drink near Library computer equipment.
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