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UNC Librarian to Lead Copyright Webinar

Anne Gilliland, Scholarly Communications Officer at the UNC Library, will lead a free online webinar “Copyright & Fair Use 101″ on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013. 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

Art of Pop-Up Books Is Topic of Oct. 29 Program

Collectors will discuss the art and educational value of pop-up books in a program Oct. 29 at Wilson Library. Continue reading

Student Photographers To Speak about Award-Winning Projects Oct. 24

Student recipients of the 2012 and 2013 North Carolina Documentary Photography Award will present and discuss their documentary projects at an event in the Wilson Special Collections Library on Thursday, Oct. 24. Continue reading

Artist Sheryl Oring Will Discuss 9/11 Project at Art Library Oct. 23

Artist Sheryl Oring will discuss “Collective Memory,” the performance and book project she created for the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Continue reading

Wilson Library’s Durant Bible To Be Part of Chancellor Folt’s Installation

The 414-year-old Durant Bible from the North Carolina Collection will have a starring role in the installation of UNC Chancellor Carol Folt on Oct. 12. Continue reading

Maximizing the Reach of Faculty Research is Topic of Oct. 22 Talk

Faculty researchers can take steps to increase the distribution and use of their work well before it is ever published. On Oct. 22, Heather Joseph, executive director of SPARC, will discuss how routine decisions about publishing outlets, copyright transfers, and licensing options have long-term consequences. Continue reading

Sor Juana, First Feminist of the New World, Will Be Subject of Oct. 1 Lecture

Sister (Sor) Juana Inés de la Cruz, widely considered the first published feminist of the New World, will be the focus of an Oct. 1 lecture and book display in the Wilson Special Collections Library Continue reading

Hugh Morton, Tar Heel Camera Man, Remembered in Oct. 5 Program at Appalachian State University

The late North Carolina photographer Hugh Morton will be remembered by friends and colleagues in a panel discussion to celebrate a retrospective of his work at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts at Appalachian State University. Continue reading

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