Join Carnegie Mellon University Libraries as we celebrate Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week, an annual celebration of the important doctrines of fair use and fair dealing.
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.
A scholarly resource of recordings, liner notes and essays from New World, Composers Recordings, and other important labels.
Announcing two new databases of historical newspapers:
Historical Newspapers: Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 1786-1985
This database features major Pittsburgh papers over time. Important note: the database is a work in progress, some dates and full text may not be available. When completed, the database will include 1786-2008.
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.
Announcing new circulation policies from University Libraries: unlimited renewals, increased loan periods and expanded partnership with University of Pittsburgh.
If you have ever been told that your writing does not have any “flow,” you will benefit from this workshop. This workshop teaches you a simple – but effective – principle for improving the logical flow between sentences and paragraphs to help an audience follow the progression of your ideas.
Have you ever sat through a tedious or confusing presentation? This workshop will help you create effective oral presentations that present your research in a clear, engaging and memorable way.
This workshop covers three tips to writing a cover letter that persuades employers you are the ideal candidate for the position.
Even if you do everything “right” on a team project, you can still encounter difficult people and difficult situations. This workshop teaches you to approach difficult team situations in a way that is most likely to give you positive results.