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CDR hosts Coates University Leadership Series

In partnership with UNC Press, the CDR is pleased to provide open access to the Coates University Leadership series which publishes works about UNC-Chapel Hill chancellors and presidents. The series is published by UNC Libraries and is edited by Robert G.

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Public Domain Day is Almost Here!

January 1, 2019 is Public Domain Day in the United States! On this date, works published in 1923 will be available to use freely. View a list of popular works that will enter the public domain in 2019. The Duke Center for

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Coming Soon: The New CDR

We are very excited to share that we will be launching the brand new Carolina Digital Repository in the coming months! What’s Changed? New Look The CDR will have a new look and feel.  It will be easier to navigate,

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WiderNet and the eGranary at Open Access Week

As part of UNC Libraries’ Open Access Week celebrations, Cliff Missen of the UNC School of Information and Library Science and the WiderNet Project spoke about the eGranary Digital Library. The eGranary is a server or USB drive containing more

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September 2018 New Content Roundup

We’ve been very busy over the past few months adding new content to the Carolina Digital Repository.  Here are some highlights:   The State of the University, 2000-2008: Major Addresses by UNC Chancellor James Moeser This ebook, made freely available

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Scholarly communications presentations at TRLN 2018

UNC library staff members attended the Triangle Research Libraries Network’s (TRLN) Annual Meeting in Durham, North Carolina.  This meeting brought together library staff from UNC, North Carolina State University, Duke University and North Carolina Central University to share projects and

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Frequently Asked Questions About DOIs

What is a DOI? DOI stands for Digital Object Identifier.  It is a unique sequence of numbers and letters that is assigned to a digital object as a permanent identifier.  Therefore, researchers searching for a particular document can type the

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UNC Library staff attend Open Repositories 2018

Several members of the UNC Libraries staff attended the Open Repositories conference in Bozeman, Montana.  This annual conference provides a venue for repository managers, developers, staff and administrators from all over the world to discuss new developments and best practices

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Content Enhancement: Carolina Planning Journal

Recently, the UNC Libraries staff completed an enhancement project for the Carolina Planning Journal collection.  The Carolina Planning Journal is published by the Department of City and Regional Planning and “contains issues of the oldest student-run planning journal in the United States.

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Research Data Access and Preservation Summit 2018

Rebekah Kati, the Institutional Repository Librarian, attended the Research Data Access and Preservation Summit in Chicago, IL. This yearly conference facilitates discussion of issues and best practices for research data among librarians and research data managers. Highlights of the conference

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