In an office at Carnegie Mellon University, relics from the founding fathers of artificial intelligence aren't rotting away or collecting dust. Instead, they're put on show as part of an installation that takes the lifework of original AI scientists Allen Newell and Herbert Simon and brings it to life within the very technology they dedicated their lives to creating.
Introducing a new way to find out about Library events, workshops, and exhibits. When you visit our homepage, you'll now be able to find an "Events and Workshops" link in our Quick Links section. Click there to get a sortable calendar view of all of our upcoming events. You can filter by location and type of event (exhibit, workshop, etc) and search by keyword. That's also where you can now register for our workshops and add events to your own calendar with iCal.
Your Guide to the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse by Michael Bakich
Scheduled maintenance will take place on Thursday, Dec. 21 from 7:00 AM â€“ 9:00 AM. During this time, the library catalog (specifically the â€śBooks & Moreâ€ť search) and EZ-borrow will not be available.
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Explore the complete digital version of more than 77 years of the prominent weekly news magazine, dating back to its first issue in March 1923 through December 2000 in a comprehensive cover-to-cover format. Published weekly by Time Inc., the magazine has focused on conveying to a broad audience a wide range of topics, including national and international current events, politics, sports, health, technology, and entertainment.
The University Libraries' Three Minute Thesis competition served as the inspiration for "Speak Up!" a competition that challenges undergraduate CMU students to discuss weeks of research in three minutes or less. Seventy-five undergraduate students competed in this year's competition on July 12 in front of a panel of judges that included Dean of University LibrariesÂ Keith Webster.Â
Pardon our dust! The existing carpet on the third floor of Hunt Library will be replaced starting on Monday, July 31. The third floor will remain open, but study seating may be limited as the study carrels are moved for carpet installation. This work is expected to be completed within the week.
Effective July 1, Scott Weingart joined the University Libraries as Program Director, Digital Humanities. Scott has been with the university since 2015, when he joined CMU as the universityâ€™s first digital humanities specialist. In his new role, Scott, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in information science and history of science at Indiana University, will continue to support digital humanities research at CMU as a member of dSHARP, CMU's new collaborative center for digital scholarship, humanities, and arts.
Keith Webster, dean of University Libraries at Carnegie Mellon University, has been elected as the new Vice Chair of the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) for the 2017-2018 term, which will begin on July 1, 2017. In addition toÂ his position as dean at Carnegie Mellon, Webster has a courtesy academic appointment at the University's H. John Heinz III College. He has also been a leader within NISO, having served as a Director and most recently as NISO's Treasurer.
WORKSHOP: Achieve Clear and Concise Writing
- July 11, 2017 at 12pm
Have you ever been told that your writing is too wordy? This workshop offers several simple and effective strategies to improve the concision and clarity of your writing.