A groundbreaking new dataset of functional MRI brain scans that will significantly impact researchers’ ability to apply machine learning techniques to understanding how the brain processes information can be found in the University Libraries’ KiltHub repository. Collected over multiple sessions, the project gathered over 20 hours of MRI data from each of four subjects.
In order to fight stigma and bring awareness to mental health issues, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries joins Mental Health America in observing Mental Health Awareness Month for May 2019. Since 1949, organizations across the nation have recognized this month as an opportunity to provide resources and outreach on mental illness, and allow individuals to share their experiences. Beginning May 3rd you will find a series of books on display in the lobby of Hunt Library covering various mental health topics, and be sure to view our social media for links to electronic resour
SEI Research Services High Tea 2019
Wednesday, May 15
Jordan Auditorium, Software Engineering Institute
Once again, the Libraries are excited to partner with the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) for the annual SEI Research Services High Tea. Tom Longstaff, SEI chief technical officer and the High Tea’s master of ceremonies, will open the event, which will focus on cooperative library science. Longstaff’s remarks will be followed by presentations from four speakers:
Are you interested in storytelling or digital narratives? Have you ever considered using images places or maps to tell these stories? We have asked several students to build spatial narratives focusing on their interests – from voting access to climbing Mt. Everest – as a part of our final event for the Carnegie Mellon Libraries Spatial Storytelling Series.
Martin Aurand, Principal Librarian and Architecture Archivist at the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, was recently awarded the Distinguished Service Award for distinction in the profession from the Association of Architecture School Librarians (AASL).
Carnegie Mellon University Partners with protocols.io to Enable Sharing of Scientific Practices
Carnegie Mellon University Libraries today announced its partnership with protocols.io, an open access service for academic and industry scientists to record and share detailed up-to-date protocols for research. With this announcement, Carnegie Mellon becomes the first institution to partner with protocols.io on an institutional license.
Stop by the Libraries during Spring Carnival!
Fun with Data Viz!
Friday, April 12
1 – 4 p.m.
View and interact with data visualizations from CMU researchers, open data about planet Earth, and data about the city of Pittsburgh and learn how the Libraries partner with researchers to bring these visualizations to life.
Saturday, April 13
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Join us on Monday, April 22 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Hunt Library, IDeATe Studio B for “Speed Dating for Library Services." This highly-interactive event will allow faculty an opportunity to gain a quick (yet still informative) overview, as well as pose direct questions to Libraries employees about specific tools and services.
The following new titles are now available on OverDrive, a service to check out and download popular eBooks and audio books for reading on the web or on your personal devices, including phones and tablets! Get started with OverDrive.