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Where Is Tobe? Unfolding Stories of Childhood, Race, and Rural Life in North Carolina

An exhibition in the North Carolina Collection Gallery at Wilson Library marks the 75th anniversary of a groundbreaking children’s book from UNC Press. Continue reading

Panoramic Display Technology Puts Davis Library on the Map

Liquid Galaxy creates an immersive Google Earth experience for research and study. Continue reading

“Voices from Tobe” To Recall Groundbreaking Children’s Book Oct. 21

Program will bring together individuals associated with one of the first realistic portrayals of African Americans in a children’s book. The exhibition “Where is Tobe?” will continue through March 1 in Wilson Library. Continue reading

Research Hub Grand Opening Oct. 23

Join University Librarian Sarah Michalak and Provost Jim Dean to celebrate the grand opening of the Davis Library Research Hub. Continue reading

Research Hub Offers Workshops, Programs, Trainings

3D printing, data visualization, GIS, and digital humanities are among topics for fall semester. Continue reading

Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism – Lecture Oct. 9

Historian Ed Baptist will discuss his recent book, The Half Has Never Been Told, in a free public lecture at Wilson Library. He conducted much of his research in the Southern Historical Collection. Continue reading

Scheduled Downtime for Library Websites Sept. 24, 6 – 8 a.m.

Expect interruptions to most Library online services during the two-hour window. Continue reading

Alert: Phishing Emails Impersonate UNC Library

Some members of the UNC community have received false emails that appear to be from the Library. Continue reading

Welcome to the Research Hub and Makerspace!

New spaces and services will help Carolina researchers propel their work in new directions. Continue reading

Start the Year A Step Ahead: Library Tours Week of Aug. 18

Free tours take the mystery out of UNC’s libraries. Continue reading

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