Scott Weingart, program director Digital Humanities, Research & Academic Services and Rikk Mulligan, digital scholarship strategist in the University Libraries assisted Felipe Gómez, teaching professor of Hispanic studies in Department of Modern Languages with the creation of the Latin American Comics Archive (LACA).
Twas' the Night Before Christmas: An Exhibition
University Libraries and the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) will host Innovation Roundtable 2019: How Information Fuels Innovation on Wednesday, November 20, from 10-11:30 a.m. All members of the CMU community are invited to register to attend the event in the Connan Room of the Cohon University Center.
Our lives are greatly affected by how the government decides to group us. The resources we can access, the K-12 schools we’re allowed to attend, and the individuals who represent our interests in Congress are all dependent on how we are organized through districting. However, these districts are not always practical, or, in some cases, are designed to favor certain groups over others. In many cases, "who goes where" is determined by politicians whose decisions are sometimes hard for us to understand.
Join us in the Hunt Library lobby on Halloween between 12-2 to make a spooky zine with the University Libraries' new zine cart, a mobile makerspace equipped with everything you need to publish your own miniature tale of terror.
In her latest Back in the Stacks blog, Cataloging Specialist Jan Hardy reviews Sex Talks to Girls: A Memoir by Maureen Seaton, available now in our library catalog.
The University Libraries and the Tepper School have recently partnered to provide digital access to "The Wall Street Journal" for the entire CMU campus community. This is access to WSJ through the WSJ/Dow Jones platform.
Additional details about access and coverage are as follows:
During a four-hour period on October 7, campus historians and researchers associated with History of Science and Technology at CMU (HOST @ CMU)—a cross-campus, interdisciplinary initiative to collect and preserve CMU’s historical contributions to scientific and technical development—assembled in the Hunt Library Fine and Rare Book Room to open up the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries’ two Enigma machines.
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