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Author: Aleah Howell

UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty and staff have free access to streaming movies, documentaries, e-books and artists’ books from all over the globe. We’ve put together a short selection to celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month.

Carolina’s libraries are integral to every part of the University’s mission – providing access to millions of resources, helping students and researchers navigate reliable and useful information, and teaching students and faculty the skills they need to turn information into …

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The spring/summer 2020 issue of Windows magazine celebrates the Health Sciences Library’s 50 years, follows Library leaders on the Tar Heel Bus Tour and a preservation ambassador to Senegal, features donors Claude and Sarah Snow, and more.

The Health Sciences Library has become essential to improving the delivery of patient care in the developing world.

In early 2020, the Health Sciences Library became home to some of Carolina’s most innovative projects in health affairs, providing “a great way for serendipitous collisions of inquiry to occur.”

Librarians at the Health Sciences Library are all about empowering the individual through health literacy, which lies in the ability to cut through the noise and find the facts when it comes to our health care decisions and behaviors.