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.
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Software Carpentry is a non-profit organization that teaches basic computing skills to researchers.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Libraries' workshops – which are offered by the Libraries each semester on a variety of topics – are designed