Undergraduate Library

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Library Tours Week of Aug. 20

Free UNC Library tours during the week of Aug. 20 will make it easy to hit the books later. Continue reading

Appointments: Scholarly Communications; TraCS Institute Knowledge Management; GIS; Undergraduate Experience; Undergraduate Library Head

The University Libraries are pleased to announce five recent professional appointments. Continue reading

Undergraduate Library Recarpeting Will Limit Access in May

Access to the upper floor of the R.B. House Undergraduate Library will be limited for approximately three weeks while new carpeting is installed. Continue reading

Library Information for President Obama Speech April 24

President Obama will be at UNC on Tuesday, April 24. Campus libraries will be open, but parking and transportation on campus will be difficult. The libraries plan Continue reading

.eDU Workshops: Master e-Tools on Your Lunch Break

Attend free .eDU workshops in the Undergraduate Library to learn about new electronic tools that you can use for class, at work, or for fun. Workshops meet every other Wednesday from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. Continue reading

Undergraduate Library Computer Lab Reopens

The computer lab in the R.B. House Undergraduate Library has reopened following a rapid but significant redesign during fall break. Visit the lab and share your feedback. Continue reading

Undergraduate Library Computing Lab To Be Upgraded During Fall Break

The computer lab in the R.B. House Undergraduate Library will close Wed., Oct. 19 at noon for a significant redesign over fall break. It will reopen Oct. 24. Continue reading

Library Tours Aug. 22-26, 2011

Start the year right with tours of the Undergraduate Library, Davis Library, and Wilson Library. Research. Create. Study. Inquire. Continue reading

“Persistently Patient”: Chancellor’s Award Winner Keeps Media Lab Humming

Greg Klaiber, winner of the 2010 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, can usually be found tending the cutting-edge equipment in the Library’s Digital Media Lab and providing calm, thoughtful guidance to those who use it. Continue reading