Altmetric's mission is to track and analyze the online activity around scholarly research outputs.
Altmetric's mission is to track and analyze the online activity around scholarly research outputs.
As a center for research and creativity, the University Archives promote translational and innovative uses of primary sources.
The Libraries offer a number of ways to help you fund open access publishing, from providing funding to maintaining memberships that will help you pay less to publish your research.
Bloomberg is a powerful and flexible platform for financial professionals that brings together real-time data on all market, news and research, analytics, and communication tools.
The University Libraries now offers book club kits for certain titles, similar to those you might find in a public library. Each kit includes a handful of copies of a book, along with a set of discussion questions related to the book and its possible themes.
BrowZine displays recent issues of scholarly journals on your computer or mobile device for easy browsing.
Software Carpentry is a non-profit organization that teaches basic computing skills to researchers.
The University Libraries offers several resources that can help you manage your citations. Citation Styles and Management can help you with citation and citation management
Current CMU students, faculty, and staff have access to electronic library materials from off campus. All other users must be on campus and request temporary computer access to use electronic materials.
The Libraries offers a list of printers, scanners, & copiers available at each location. Step-by-step instructions are posted at the machines.
Members of the Carnegie Mellon community are expected to obey the Copyright Law of the United States. Managing your copyrights effectively and using other people's copyrighted work in compl
Course Reserves are course-related items made available at the request of instructors. Course reserves are available online (as an e-book) 24/7 or as a physical copy held at the circulation desk for short-term use by students.
Data office hours are an informal event where all students, faculty, and staff across Pittsburgh can schedule consultations with library experts in all things digital- and data-related.
Are you currently involved in work that could be augmented by visualizing your data for analysis or to communicate your findings to the public?
Explore an A-Z listing of databases, datasets, and research support tools aimed at assisting students, faculty, and staff members throughout the r
The Libraries is dedicated to advancing research and teaching involving humanities data sources in digital humanities and humanities analytics.
Our Digital Collections feature a wide range of materials including newspapers, maps, manuscripts, letters, publications, and more.
One of the largest linked research knowledge databases bringing together information on publications, grants, patents, clinical trials, policy documents and datasets into a single place for improved global discovery and analysis.
If your materials are unavailable from the CMU Libraries, you may be able to borrow them from another library using E-ZBorrow, a consortium of 60+ academic libraries.
The CMU Libraries host a node of the EaaSI (Emulation as a Service Infrastructure) network, a resource which allows for in- browser emulation of legacy software and operating systems. The CMU EaaSI server can be used to facilitate emulation for a class or research project.
Elements is the shared research information management system at CMU, which collects and maintains academic and research activities in one convenient location.
The University Libraries provides evidence synthesis support to CMU students, researchers and staff.
Need a place to study? Looking for a room to work on a project?
GIS Services in the CMU Libraries is a small group of people in the libraries who support a growing interest across the CMU community to learn spatial skills, conduct spatial research and enhance research with maps and other visualizations.
Want to get more out of something you already use? Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines.
If your books, articles, theses, or other materials are unavailable at CMU, you may be able to borrow them from another library using ILLiad. Getting Started
iThenticate is a plagiarism prevention tool that compares documents (including journal article manuscripts, proposals, research reports, thesis, and dissertations, etc.) against millions of published
The Journal and Newspaper Search in the catalog will tell you if we have print and/or online subscriptions for a journal o
Keenious is a powerful recommender tool that leverages search algorithms and AI to analyze text to recommend relevant research articles and topics to enhance the research process and aid in serendipitous discovery.
Provided by the University Libraries, KiltHub is the comprehensive institutional repository and research collaboration platform for research data and scholarly outputs produced by members of Carnegie Mel
LabArchives is an Electronic Research Notebook that can be used for securely storing, sharing, searching, and managing research data in any field or as a lab manual and notebook
LibKey Nomad is a browser extension that facilitates access to the Libraries' full text resources as you find research on the web.
The Carnegie Mellon University Libraries Publishing Service (LPS) provides an infrastructure to publish and host born-digital scholarly content.
Mendeley is a free tool to help you organize and manage PDFs. It allows you to cite sources in Word and create bibliographies in nearly any citation style with the click of a button.
When you sign in to your account with your Andrew ID, you can: view account and renew items, place holds and book technology and equipment, view full search results (some databases only show results when you're signed in), export to citation managers, and create favorites lists.
Providing open access to research and scholarship has become a worldwide movement serving the mission of higher education. As a world-leading research institution, Carnegie Mellon is a major creator and consumer of scholarly materials, and sees open access as strategically important.
The term open access (OA) describes the practice of making scholarly research outputs freely accessible online and easily discoverable in an Internet search.
Open Educational Resources (OER) are free, openly licensed, and open-access teaching materials. OER reduce financial access barriers to students by lowering the costs of textbooks and course supplies, helping to make higher education more equitable and accessible.
Open Science & Data Collaborations (OSDC) is a University Libraries program supporting collaborative, transparent, openly accessible, and reproducible research across all disciplines at Carnegie Mellon University.
Developed by the non-profit, Center for Open Science, OSF has a number of features that support open and reproducible research.
The open source programs office (OSPO) raises awareness and capacity for open source software to better develop, manage, curate, and share it for research, education, translation, and broader impact.
The Carnegie Mellon University Oral History Program records the real-life memories and perspectives of those who experienced the history of CMU. These interviews do not just inform listeners of the events’ histories—they tell the story of how the events were experienced.
ORCiD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is a non-profit, platform agnostic registry of unique author identifiers. It will distinguish you from other researchers throughout your scholarly career.
Overleaf is designed to make the process of writing, editing and producing your research papers and project reports much quicker for both you and your collaborators.
Are you interested in using materials from our archival collections in your research, art, or publication? We are happy to work with you to find a solution.
The protocols.io platform is a free and open access repository for recording and sharing detailed up-to-date research methods and protocols.
This guide will show you some of the general resources the University Libraries have to help you with your studies and research.
If your materials are unavailable at CMU, you may be able to borrow them from another library using Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad or E-Z Borrow services). Request books only from participating libraries. Follow the links below for step-by-step instructions on how to use each service.
What services do the Libraries offer to support research data management for researchers, faculty, and students across all disciplines at CMU? What are recommended practices for data management planning? How do you create robust metadata?
Our A-Z list of Research Guides is sorted by group, subject, course, or librarian/specialist. We have guides tailored to classes and subject areas—see if we have one that can help you.
The University Libraries provides research metrics support to CMU students, researchers, and staff. Research metrics is the measurement of the impact of published research based on various metrics.
Our personnel are information specialists with extensive knowledge of disciplinary information sources and methods who can help with everything from a first-year assignment to dissertation work and grant-funded research projects.
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As you prepare for hybrid or online teaching and research, the Libraries can provide solutions that reduce your preparation time, enhance your students' experience, and make your research more productive.
Research Information Management Services (RIMS) brings together information about scholarship, creative practices, and funded research endeavors, as well as teaching, service, awards, and leadership accomplishments.
SciVal is a web-based analytics solution that provides comprehensive access to the research performance of over 20,000 research institutions and their associated researchers f
Tableau is a software that helps you create more dynamic and appealing visualizations for your class projects, research, or just for fun!
Special Collections hosts courses, research seminars, and workshops.
The Libraries has a growing collection of devices available for you to borrow, including iPads, calculators, charging cables, headphones, portable DVD drives, music foot pedals, and more.
Text and data mining (TDM) are becoming increasingly popular ways to conduct research.
As per Carnegie Mellon’s Student Handbook, most graduate students are required to submit copies of their theses and dissertations to the University Libra
The Libraries' workshops – which are offered by the Libraries each semester on a variety of topics – are designed
Zotero is a free, open source tool for helping you collect, organize, cite and share your research sources.