Classes and Workshops

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Retiring? Finding a Home for Your Books and Papers Will Be Topic of Sept. 6 Program

Retiring faculty and staff members can get answers to the question “What do I do with my books and papers?” during a free program on Sept. 6, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Wilson Special Collections Library. Continue reading

Library Tours Week of Aug. 20

Free UNC Library tours during the week of Aug. 20 will make it easy to hit the books later. Continue reading

Civil War Money Will Be Topic of June 2 Program

A free public program about Civil War currency will take place June 2 in Wilson Library. Author and educator Wendell Wolka will be the keynote speaker. Continue reading

Make Your Own Book at Library Preservation Event Apr. 26

Make your own book in Davis Library with the staff of the Preservation Department. Continue reading

Researching and Preserving African American Family History To Be Focus of Apr. 14 Workshop

Researching and preserving African American family history will be the topic of a workshop at Wilson Library on Saturday, Apr. 14. Continue reading

Exhibit Encourages African American Families to Preserve Their History

An exhibit in the Wilson Special Collections Library will tell the stories of black families and communities in the South, and will encourage African-American families to partner with the library in preserving their family history. Continue reading

.eDU Workshops: Master e-Tools on Your Lunch Break

Attend free .eDU workshops in the Undergraduate Library to learn about new electronic tools that you can use for class, at work, or for fun. Workshops meet every other Wednesday from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. Continue reading

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