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Carol Steger of the Department of Communication Studies Talks about the Value of the Digital Media Commons

2/25/2015 1:42:00 PM

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Spartan Stories

Tales from the University Archives at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Claudette Graves Burroughs-White: Pioneer of Desegregation

2/23/2015 9:00:00 AM

February is Black History Month. To celebrate, our Spartan Stories this month focus on remembering important people and events related to the history of African Americans and UNCG.Claudette Graves Burroughs-White, 1961 yearbookClaudette Graves Burroughs-White was a student at Woman's College (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro) from 1957-1961. She entered the college during the second year of the campus' desegregation and faced many personal and academic challenges because of it....

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Irma's World at UNCG

Keep up with Irma & the University Libraries at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

New DVDs

2/23/2015 1:14:00 PM

ANIMATEDThe BoxtrollsHozuki's coolheadedness : complete collectionCOMEDYThe interviewDOCUMENTARYSleepless in AmericaTerms and conditions may applyDRAMASt. VincentTVGame of thrones. The complete fourth season

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Irma's Suggestion Box

Have a big research project?

2/22/2015 5:30:00 AM

You asked:  I need major help with finding information for a big research project.Irma says:  You came to the right place!  It's the Libraries' job to help students find great information.  You can come to the Reference Desk in Jackson or Harold Schiffman Music Libraries and we'll be glad to help you.Also the Special Collections and University Archives have many wonderful resources for research projects and staff to help you use them. You may contact us virtually via phone or chat.  Another grea...

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Books Are Fun

The Storing of Larger Materials

2/4/2015 9:45:00 AM

The Robert C. Hansen Performing Arts collection is housed in the University Libraries Special Collections and University Manuscripts division of UNCG. a recent digitization project, it was discovered that several large scale theater posters were in need of restoration.Once restored, these items needed special housing to continue in the process of preserving these unique items from University Manuscripts. Preservation Services welco...

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UNCG's Dataland

UNCG's land of data releases, new data sources, fun stats information, and much more!

2 Quick and Easy Mapping Tools by Google

1/20/2015 4:06:00 PM

Data and maps go hand in hand. Have you ever been working on a project or paper that could benefit from one of those maps that have different places shaded different colors... like, say, an election map? These types of maps (and many others) are a great way to visualize data and add context to your topic. Thanks to the ubiquitous Google Map, creating a map does not necessarily require any specialized skill -just some experience working with a spreadsheet and a bit of familiarity with Google Apps...

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UNCG Special Collections & University Archives

SCUA collects, preserves, and makes accessible rare, unique, or otherwise significant materials outside the scope of the general UNCG library collection. We also deliver presentations, classes, tours,...

Shakespeare Exhibit

2/27/2015 12:57:00 PM

The UNCG sponsored series, The Globe and the Cosmos, is a year-long celebration of William Shakespeare and Galileo Galilei on the 450th anniversary of their respective births. It is a collaborative project that brings artists and scholars to campus and taps into the knowledge and talent of its faculty, students, and staff. The celebration also draws on the university’s holdings of art and rare and unique books to highlight the genius and humanity of both Shakespeare and Galileo. These works r...

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UNCG Digital Collections

Digital collections news from UNCG University Libraries

Vintage Viands results

2/23/2015 11:26:00 AM

Join us in congratulating the winners of the best and worst recipes for Vintage Viands! The best recipe goes to Bailey Crumpton for Gingersnap Balls which can be found here: on page 11. The worst recipes goes to Paul Hessling (pictured) for his Turkey (Chicken) Aspic (also pictured) which can be found here: on page 4. Thank you all for your participation and we hope to see everyone next year!Also, if you want to see some pictures of the event (thank yo...

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