Category: Spotlight

Grant Will Help Librarians Examine Jim Crow Laws Through Lens of Data

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“On the Books: Jim Crow and the Algorithms of Resistance” is part of the first cohort of the national project “Collections as Data – Part to Whole.”

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Find Finals Harmony during Week of Balance in the University Libraries

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Feeling the finals pressure? We’ve got your back with therapy animals, coffee breaks, yoga, crafting, games and more to bring your stress levels down.

Mosaic Fellow Nadia Clifton Completes Rare Book Internship at Libraries

Nadia Clifton

The program, sponsored by the Association of Research Libraries and Society of American Archivists, promotes much-needed diversity in the archives and special collections workforce.

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UNC Greensboro Students Receive Unique Archival Training at Carolina

Allison Cruse, Monique LeBlanc, and Nadia Clifton

Allison Cruse and Monique LeBlanc spent a week inventorying an archival theater collection and preparing it for use at the Wilson Special Collections Library.

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Health Sciences Library Director Joins Delegation to China

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Dr. Nandita Mani joined a delegation to Fudan University in late 2017. She also presented a paper at the inaugural Chinese-American Medical Library forum in Shanghai.

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Oral Histories of Veterans Enrich Library Collections

Photograph of Bryan Giemza, Credit Grant Halverson.

From the Carolina Alumni Review: When Jim White ’71 was teaching, his high school students hated the idea of interviewing war veterans — until they tried it. Now those tapes are part of the Southern Historical Collection at UNC’s Wilson Library.

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