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The Order of the Golden Fleece: “To Restore Unity to Campus Life”

Explore the history, traditions, and accomplishments of the UNC honor society in an exhibit at Wilson Library. 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

Cracking Open Artists’ Books at Sloane Art Library

UNC’s Sloane Art Library offers books that are printed on paper towels and that include a rusted hunk of metal from a shipwreck. On Nov. 18, the Art Library hosted a trunk show of artists’ books from Vamp & Tramp, Booksellers as part of the library’s efforts to collect and promote the form. Continue reading

Program To Celebrate GIS Day Nov. 19

UNC student finalists for the Innovative Uses of Geographic Information Services (GIS) Competition will present their work as part of a program celebrating GIS Day on November 19 in Davis Library. Continue reading

Tar Heels vs. Cavaliers . . . In the Archives

Great football moments from UNC’s past will come to the screen with an encore showing of Gridiron Glory in WIlson Library before the UNC-Virginia game. 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

Browse UNC Journals on Your Tablet

UNC students, faculty, and staff with tablet computers can create a virtual newsstand of online journals using the Library’s subscription to BrowZine. The app allows you to browse, read, and monitor journals. Continue reading

UNC and State Library of North Carolina To Bring Treasures to National Digital Library

Treasures from libraries and archives across North Carolina will soon be at the fingertips of researchers worldwide, thanks to a partnership between the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center in Wilson Library and the Digital Public Library of America. Continue reading

Southern Scenery in 3D: 19th-Century Stereographic Photography

The Wilson Library exhibit explores the popular 19th- and 20th-century practice of stereographic photography. The technique gives the impression of a three-dimensional image. Continue reading

Bill Friday: In His Own Words

An exhibit in Wilson Library celebrates the life and words of former UNC System President Bill Friday. Online and campus components help tell the story. Continue reading

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