Introducing: KiltHub

And the name of our repository is...KiltHub! On April 13, the University Libraries announced the winner of the repository naming competition in the Hunt Library Lobby as part of a series of events for National Library Week. Built on the figshare platform, the repository is intended to be an online archive that provides open access to the scholarly work being done at CMU. The naming competition ran from February 28 – March 24, 2017 and was open to all members of the CMU community.

Trial Databases from Accessible Archives

Trial the following databases:

  • African American Newspapers: African American Newspapers: Freedmen's Record
  • Women's Suffrage: The New Citizen, 1909-1912, The Western Women Voter, 1911-1913, The Remonstrance, 1890-1913.
  • America and World War I: American Military Camp Newspapers

Start your database trial. Trial ends April 19, 2017. Please send comments to Sue Collins

Trial: POLITICO Pro

POLITICO Pro is the country’s pre-eminent policy news reporting service. Customized alerts, a library of primary source documentation, and proprietary tools, including regulatory trackers and a graphic visualization library called DataPoint provide essential intelligence to satisfy research and awareness needs.Whether you are creating laws and regulations, providing industry viewpoints, or simple affected by government policies at any level - from local to international - POLITICO Pro can help you navigate the complex policy world. 

Dimensions

University Libraries is proud to offer Dimensions, the first worldwide database of awarded research funding, to the CMU community. Use Dimensions to see the latest funded research projects in your areas of interest - wherever they are in the world. Who are the main funders in your area? Which funders have been increasing their spending on your topic? Which funders are dedicated to your domain? What have they funded recently?

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