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The Southern Folklife Collection partners with Yep Roc Records to release rare music recordings from its vast archives by Lellie Capwell, Judy Panitch Music lovers will soon be able to own rare audio history, thanks to a partnership between the …

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by Dawne Lucas Francine Netter Roberson was born and raised on Long Island, but her Tar Heel roots run deep. Roberson’s mother, Mary McFadyen (1905-1977), grew up Greensboro, and attended UNC’s two-year medical school. She then transferred to New York …

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Visualized research performance metrics helps the library illustrate the impact of innovative programs and research by Nandita Mani, PhD With funding agencies, government bodies, and administrators under increasing pressure to demonstrate accountability and wise use of resources, library staff are …

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Dear Friends- It has been my great privilege to serve as Interim University Librarian since the retirement of Sarah Michalak in December. During her decade at the helm of Carolina’s libraries, Sarah developed a strong and wide-ranging program that we …

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Wilson Library Special Collections has a new director, Maria R. Estorino. Estorino appointed Associate University Librarian for Special Collections and Director of the Louis Round Wilson Library, effective January 1, 2017, will provide leadership and administration of one of the …

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Former Southern Historical Collection curator Tim West shares a moment with Sarah Michalak

by Michele Lynn As Sarah Michalak, University librarian and associate provost for University Libraries, prepares to retire at the end of December, she leaves a profession transformed and a library poised for continued success in an environment of rapid change. …

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