In the latest blog post on "The Intrepid Researcher," CMU-Q Librarian A.M. Salaz dives into the complicated topic of what contributions to a research project deserve authorship credit and how contributions can be weighed.
Library fund supports the open access publication of a new volume from Dietrich College professor Jay Aronson.
A new book, “New Technologies for Human Rights Law and Practice,” from Dietrich College faculty member Jay Aronson will be published open access, thanks to support from the University Libraries’ Article Processing Charge (APC) Fund.
As of July 1, 2018, the Libraries’ former repository service Research Showcase will cease to exist and all of its content will have been migrated to KiltHub. KiltHub is the new comprehensive institutional repository and data repository for research data and scholarly outputs produced by members of Carnegie Mellon University and their collaborators.
KiltHub access is now available for CMU graduate students. Students must login with their Andrew ID, just as Faculty and Staff can. Information about the repository can be found on the About KiltHub page.
After a year of informal activities, we are pleased to announce the official founding of digital Sciences, Humanities, and Arts: Research and Publication--or, as we will hereafter acronym it, dSHARP. We are a (virtual) center co-sponsored by the University Libraries and Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, with a core mission of promoting innovative digital research and publication at CMU.
The University Libraries invites you to participate in Open Access Week 2017, an annual international event promoting open access to peer-reviewed work as a new norm in research and scholarship. To celebrate, the Libraries, which has organized Open Access Week activities on campus since 2010, is hosting three signature events. All events are in the Den in Sorrells Library.
Get ready for Love Your Data Week! All next week, we’ll be sharing practical tips, resources, and stories to help researchers at any stage in their career use good data practices. Research data are the foundation of the scholarly record and crucial for advancing our knowledge of the world around us. Let’s show it some love! Join us for the kickoff event in the Hunt Library Lobby, Monday, Feb. 13, 1 - 3pm. We’ll have cookies and other treats, ‘I love my data’ buttons, and information about our services. Librarians will be on hand to answer questions.
Please join us for a panel of distinguished faculty who will use their own experience as journal editors to share insight on academic publishing in STEM fields.
Scholarly Communications Digest, December 2015 - January 2016.
The Libraries' internal Scholarly Communications Digest disseminates timely information and calls to action to support scholarly communications initiatives at CMU and among broader academic and research communities.
Back issues of the SC Digest are archived on the Scholarly Communications page.