The Summer 2018 issue of Boundless, a publication by Carnegie Mellon University Libraries for friends of the Libraries, is now available at select locations on campus, as well as online.
Read the Summer 2018 issue, featuring the following stories:
Carnegie Mellon University Libraries welcomes all new and returning students, staff, and faculty to the start of the fall 2018 semester! Feel free to reach out to our friendly faculty and staff in the Libraries at any time to help you get acquainted with our many services, events, workshops, and technologies available to you.
Visit our informational booths and presentations at the following orientation events:
As a result of conversations with members of the campus community and the feedback from our food survey, the University Libraries are implementing a change to the Libraries' food policy. These changes will go into effect on September 9, 2018. Signage announcing the new policy will begin to appear on August 1st and Libraries employees will use the weeks leading up to September 9th to educate visitors about the upcoming changes. View the full food policy.
As of September 9, the following changes will be implemented:
On her Back in the Stacks blog, Cataloging Specialist Jan Hardy reviews You’re Not From Around Here, Are You? : a Lesbian in Small-Town America by Louise A. Blum.
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.
Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free and open source tool that can be used for managing projects and collaborations in any discipline and a great way to keep track of all of the different files that are part of a complex research project.