Digitalia Film Library is a multilingual, multinational, streaming video film library. It includes award winning films from Spain, Latin America and Europe, and classic films from North America. Available for a limited time, trial ends May 3, 2017. Click here to access. Please contact Jill Chisnell or Jeffrey Hinkelman.
Looking for full text Spanish language electronic books and journals? Try Digitalia Hispanica. This database contains full text Spanish language electronic books and journals on multiple topics. Available for a limited time, trial ends May 3, 2017. Please contact Ethan Pullman.
This exhibit tells the story of the early performances of “Water Music,” as well as Handel’s “Messiah,” which, this year, are celebrating their 300 and 275th anniversaries, respectively.
Visit the new Posner Center exhibit, "Three Sheets to the Wind: Sailors Disrupting Society," created by Juliann Reineke, Posner Center intern and PhD candidate in the Department of English. This exhibit will be on display May 4 - November 30, 2017.
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?
Coming May 2017, results for 'Everything' and 'Articles and More' searches will have a new, refreshed look. Try it out now and learn about the new features.
Join us on Tuesday, April 4 for the Three Minute Thesis Competition Finals.
What: 3MT @ CMU Championship
When: Tuesday, April 4th 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Where: McConomy Auditorium
An open-access video archive featuring interviews with innovative artists who transformed Off- and Off-Off-Broadway theatre after World War II.
The Posner Fine Arts Foundation funds internships for Carnegie Mellon University students to do individual research in the Posner Memorial Collection and prepare exhibits. Learn more and apply for the opportunity to research and create an exhibit of your own in the Posner Center.
Help us name Carnegie Mellon’s new research repository and get a chance to win $500 in research/travel grants or piece of technology.