Support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will set stage for AV preservation at scale
The Digital heritage center aims to paint a picture of the lives of everyday North Carolinians throughout the centuries by digitizing historical materials from around the state
U.S. works from 1923 are now out of copyright and, increasingly, online thanks to the efforts of the University Libraries.
The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center vies for a national award and invites visitors to #ShareYourStory on April 11.
Library Journal profiles a group of Wilmington, NC, 8th graders who had an encounter with history, thanks in part to the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center at UNC’s Wilson Library.