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Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism – Lecture Oct. 9

Historian Ed Baptist will discuss his recent book, The Half Has Never Been Told, in a free public lecture at Wilson Library. He conducted much of his research in the Southern Historical Collection. Continue reading

Research Hub Grand Opening Oct. 23

Join University Librarian Sarah Michalak and Provost Jim Dean to celebrate the grand opening of the Davis Library Research Hub. Continue reading

Research Hub Offers Workshops, Programs, Trainings

3D printing, data visualization, GIS, and digital humanities are among topics for fall semester. Continue reading

UNC Library Student Employee Helps Create Ebola Tracking Site

UNC Library student employee Alison Blain helped with visualizations and graphics for eboliainliberia.org. Continue reading

UNC Librarian Teaches Copyright Law to 10,000

UNC librarian and attorney Anne Gilliland taught 10,000 students in a “massively open online course” (or MOOC) about copyright this fall. Continue reading

Appointments: AHEC and Outreach Services Knowledge Management Librarian; TraCS Knowledge Management Librarian; Project Director and Audiovisual Conservator

Welcoming Lauren Tomola, Mary White, and Erica Titkemeyer to their new positions at the University Library. Continue reading

Library To Offer Data Visualization Workshops

Learn techniques to develop charts, graphs, or maps and incorporate them into your work. Continue reading

SkillfUL Tech Workshops: Improve Your Tech Skills

Librarians will introduce some of the latest tools that you can use in class, at a job, or just for fun. Continue reading

Welcome to the Research Hub and Makerspace!

New spaces and services will help Carolina researchers propel their work in new directions. Continue reading

New Endowment Honors Carolina Alum Bill Minor’s Love of Learning

A newly created endowment will help the Southern Historical Collection (SHC) in Wilson Library fulfill its mission of collecting, preserving, and providing access to primary resources that document the American South. Continue reading

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