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March 2018 New Content Roundup

We’ve added a lot of new content to the CDR over the past few months!  Here are a few highlights: Tropical Tongues: Language Ideologies, Endangerment, and Minority Languages in Belize Tropical Tongues is an open access ebook published in partnership

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CDR Staff to Speak at Open Repositories Conference

The CDR is pleased to announce that two of our librarians will be speaking at the Open Repositories conference in Bozeman, Montana in June 2018. Julie Rudder, the Repository Program Librarian, and Rebekah Kati, the Institutional Repository Librarian, will present

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CDR and UNC Press to Publish Open Access Book Series

In partnership with the Institute for the Study of the Americas, UNC Press and the CDR will provide free, open access to digital editions of the Studies in Latin America series.  Per the ISA, the series “will feature short works,

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New Staff: Open Access Librarian

Jennifer Solomon joined UNC as the Open Access Librarian. She leads the outreach and promotion strategy for the CDR, in order to increase awareness of the UNC Open Access Policy, assist users with compliance, and support other Open Access initiatives

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New Staff: Institutional Repository Librarian

Rebekah Kati has joined the CDR staff as the Institutional Repository Librarian. She holds a M.L.S. and M.I.S. from Indiana University-Bloomington, and a B.A. in international studies and history from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Most recently, she worked at

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Winter 2016 Updates

This week, the CDR is deploying a series of new features. These features are aimed at making our system easier to use, both from a staff and end user perspective. User Interface Updates The first thing that you will notice

Posted in CDR Updates

UNC History Through News Services Photos


Since 1919, UNC News Services (formerly the News Bureau) has managed the media presence of the University. The University Archives News Services Collection documents the history of this department from 1924-2012, containing correspondence, press clippings, photo negatives, and video features.

Posted in Collection Highlights

CDR and RLA staff work to preserve and provide access to digital research collections

Founded in 1939, the Research Laboratories of Archaeology (RLA) was the first center for the study of North Carolina archaeology. Serving the interests of students, scholars, and the general public, it is currently one of the leading institutes for archaeological teaching

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