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Author: Katie Bunyea

Exhibition showcases two centuries of print journalism in the Tar Heel State

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Carolina and its libraries are on the front lines of an effort to transform how research is published and shared. 

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Fascinating. Magical. Surprising. Even a brief power outage could not dampen the enthusiasm and curiosity of more than 300 visitors to the 2019 Recent Acquisitions Evening at the Wilson Special Collections Library on April 4.  As attendees circulated through the Fearrington Reading Room, they enjoyed an unprecedented encounter with rare and …

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A strategic partnership at the R.B. House Undergraduate Library is preparing to transform support for undergraduate learning.  Story by Michele Lynn  Preparing students to succeed both in class and beyond is at the heart of the mission for both the University Libraries and Carolina’s Center for Student Success and Academic Counseling (CSSAC). That is why leaders …

A new hub for learning at the heart of campus Read More »

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Building capacity through collaboration By Courtney J. Mitchell, ’01  One thing that drew Nandita Mani, PhD, from the University of Michigan in 2016 to lead UNC-Chapel Hill’s Health Sciences Library was Carolina’s deep commitment to collaborations around the world.   The University’s global health initiatives have advanced scholarship and improved health outcomes for the world’s most vulnerable populations. Mani knew right away that she …

Carolina librarians visit Malawi and Zambia Read More »

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