Classes and Workshops

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Wikipedians Welcome for Two Library Events in March

Academics, history buffs, and aspiring Wikipedians are invited to two free campus events at the Wilson Special Collections Library in March. Continue reading

SkillfUL Tech Workshops: Improve Your Tech Skills

Spring workshops at the Undergraduate Library can help you develop new tech skills. Continue reading

SciFinder Chemistry Research Workshop Jan. 10

Learn advanced online search techniques with SciFinder, one of the largest collections of chemistry information online. Continue reading

Series Offers Free Information Tips for UNC Science Researchers

A free informational series in November and December will help UNC students and faculty in the sciences accelerate their research. Continue reading

Learn Reputation Management and Citation Searching at Oct. 17 Scopus Workshops

Two free workshops on Oct. 17 will teach faculty, students and community researchers to use advanced features of Scopus. Continue reading

Retiring? Learn How to Find a Home for Your Books and Papers at Sept. 12 Program

Retiring UNC faculty and staff members can learn how to find an appropriate home for their books and papers in a free program on Sept. 12. Continue reading

Library Tours Week of Aug. 19

Take a free tour of Davis, Wilson, or the Undergraduate Library and be ready for your semester! Continue reading

Learn Photo Editing and Graphic Design Tools with Adobe Workshops at the Undergraduate Library

Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, an InDesign with workshops this spring at the Undergraduate Library. Continue reading

Adobe InDesign and Photoshop Workshops, Nov. 5 and 14

UNC students and faculty can learn how to use Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop during free workshops in November at the Undergraduate Library. Continue reading

Symposium, Exhibits Will Examine New Maya Perspectives in 2012

A free public symposium Oct. 25-26 will put the end of the Maya Long Count calender into a larger historical and cultural context that includes the voice of Maya people. Exhibits at Wilson Library and the FedEx global center will anchor the symposium. Continue reading

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