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Creator: Information Technology Services.
The Information Technology Services (ITS) Teaching and Learning Publications is a collection of newsletters and presentations created by the department for University faculty and staff. CITations was published between May 1999 and December 2009, and featured information technology-related news to faculty members, graduate instructors, and support staff. Infobits (variously known as IAT Infobits, CIT Infobits, and finally TL Infobits) was published monthly between 1993 and 2009, and reflected summaries and recommendations selected from a number of information and instructional technology sources targeted to educators. ConsiderIT was a free presentation series highlighting the ways Carolina instructors use technology for education.
North Carolina Collection (11287 items)
Rare Book Collection (4528 items)
Research Laboratories of Archaeology (70285 items)
Creator: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Founded in 1939, the Research Laboratories of Archaeology (RLA) was the first center for the study of North Carolina archaeology. Serving the interests of students, scholars, and the general public, it is currently one of the leading institutes for archaeological teaching and research in the South. Located within the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's College of Arts and Sciences, it provides support for faculty and students working not only in North Carolina, but also throughout the Americas and overseas. With one of the nation's finest collections of archaeological materials from the South, the RLA curates more than five million artifacts along with more than 50,000 photographic negatives, photographs, and slides. Over the past 60 years, virtually all of the major discoveries in the understanding of North Carolina's ancient past can be attributed to the RLA or to researchers trained there. As a leader in uncovering and interpreting North Carolina's past, the RLA has given back to the community that it is committed to serving. The program has developed resources for teachers to help North Carolina public school students learn about Indian life that preceded the arrival of Europeans in this state. The RLA also once maintained exhibits on North Carolina archaeology which were open to the public and were regularly visited by school groups; however, in 1973 this exhibit space was lost and has not yet been replaced. Publications by the Research Laboratories of Archaeology (RLA) can be found online at the following locations: The RLA’s website https://archaeology.sites.unc.edu/rla/publications/ and The Carolina Digital Repository https://cdr.lib.unc.edu/
Southern Folklife Collection Digital Files (116420 items)
Creator: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Southern Folklife Collection (SFC) ranks as one of the nation's foremost archival resources for the study of American folk music and popular culture. SFC holdings extensively document all forms of southern musical and oral traditions across the entire spectrum of individual and community expressive arts, as well as mainstream media production. The SFC contains over 160,000 sound recordings, including cylinders, acetate discs, wire recordings, 78 rpm and 45 rpm discs, LPs, cassettes, CDs, and open reel tapes. Moving image materials include over 3,000 video recordings and 18 million feet of motion picture film. Other materials include thousands of photographs, song folios, posters, manuscript materials, ephemeral items, and research files, as well as an exceptionally strong collection of discographical materials for the 78 rpm era.
Southern Historical Collection Digital Files (28805 items)
Creator: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.
The Southern Historical Collection (SHC) is a vast collection of distinct archival collections. These collections are largely composed of primary source materials, such as diaries, journals, letters, correspondence, photographs, maps, drawings, ledgers, oral histories, moving images, albums, scrapbooks, and literary manuscripts. The Southern Historical Digital Files contain digital primary source materials included in SHC archival collections. In many cases, these items are born-digital and are part of hybrid collections that also include analog materials.
Southern Oral History Program Interviews (25190 items)
Creator: Southern Oral History Program
In 1973, the History Dept. of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill established an oral history program devoted to the study of the southern region of the United States. The Southern Oral History Program collects interviews with Southerners who have made significant contributions to various fields of human endeavor. In addition, the Program undertakes special projects with the purpose of rendering historically visible those whose experience is not reflected in traditional written sources. Interviews are conducted by Program staff, graduate students, faculty members, and consultants. The Program also serves as a collecting agency, accepting donations of tapes and transcripts of interviews conducted by other researchers. The collection includes sound recordings of interviews conducted under the auspices of the Southern Oral History Program or by other researchers, who donated their recordings to the Program. Also included are transcripts of most interviews, abstracts or tape indexes of many interviews, introductory biographical sketches for some interviews, and photographs of a few interviewees.
University Archives Digital Files (245725 items)
Creator: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. University Archives and Records Management Services.
University Archives is the official repository for the historically valuable, unpublished records of both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the major administrative offices of the UNC System. As such, University Archives has a mission to collect, preserve, and make accessible the records generated by all segments of the campus community. Records in our holdings date from the chartering of the university in 1789 to the present, and include minute books of the Board of Trustees; correspondence of chancellors, presidents, provosts, and deans; minutes of faculty meetings; files of academic and administrative departments; reports of faculty committees; and records of faculty and student organizations. University Archives Digital Files contain digital materials included in University Archives record groups. In many cases, these items are born-digital and are part of hybrid collections that also include analog materials.