Collections and Resources

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Undergrads To Share Research on UNC’s WWII Policy Toward Japanese American Students

Members of English 360 used documents from UNC’s Wilson Special Collections Library to examine a little-known episode in University history. Continue reading

WATCH: Students Map Haiti from UNC Library

During a Humanitarian Mapathon in the Davis Library Research Hub, students mapped earthquake-damaged parts of Haiti. Continue reading

Make a Map for GIS Day Competition

Student map contest, lecture, and networking will mark GIS Day on November 18. Continue reading

Data Visualization Showcase Will Highlight Recent UNC Projects

Five UNC researchers will demonstrate and discuss their projects. Continue reading

Transcribe-a-thon on Nov. 5 Will Offer Encounter with Historic Documents

Students can try their hand at deciphering and transcribing handwritten documents from the Southern Historical Collection related to African American history. Continue reading

Humanitarian Mapathon in Davis Library, Oct. 22

Volunteers will fill in critical gaps as part of a Humanitarian Mapathon in the Davis Library Research Hub. Continue reading

Wootten & Johnston: Pioneer Female Photographers and North Carolina’s Preservation Movement

During the 1930s, photographers Bayard Wootten and Frances Benjamin Johnston documented the early architecture of the American South. Continue reading

WATCH: “A Bright Future” for the Southern Folklife Collection

New video from Carolina Stories highlights the Collection’s efforts to preserve the musical heritage of the South. Continue reading

3D Printing Solves and Inspires at UNC Library (Infographic)

Twelve innovative ways that Carolina researchers have used 3D printing at the Kenan Science Library Makerspace. Continue reading

Archaeological Site of Fort San Juan Is Topic of Oct. 21 Lecture

Dr. David Moore will discuss excavations at the site near Morganton, N.C. It was the earliest European settlement in what is now the United States. Continue reading