UNCW Newspaper from 1980s Digitized

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Historic publication is now online

UNCW Archives has partnered with the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center to digitize an alumni newsletter entitled UNCW Today: News from UNC by the Sea. This publication was in print from 1982-1990.

Digital Preservation: Saving Your Facebook

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It's time to save face!

Find out how to back up your Facebook data in a brief tutorial from the Government and Heritage Library of the State Library of NC. Learn more about digital preservation including how to keep up with latest news.

UNCW Books on the Internet Archive

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Looking for something to read? Visit a digital collection produced by UNCW Archives.

Wilmington College 1957 catalogUNCW has participated in an exciting project to digitize historical publications about the university. This project was made possible through the LYRASIS Mass Digitization Collaborative – a Sloan Foundation grant-subsidized program making digitization easy and affordable for libraries and cultural institutions across the country.

Society publishes online guide on Archives use

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What are Archives and How do They Differ From Libraries?

The Society of American Archivists has a new online guide for the public. It outlines the functions and procedures of Archives and is designed both for novice archives-users and experienced researchers.

 

Celebrate Preservation Week

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Free webinar events in observance of Preservation Week 2012.

Register for free upcoming webcasts on Taking Care: Family Textiles (Tue., April 24, 2 pm) and Digital Photo Preservation (Thu., April 26, 2 pm).

Preservation Week

 

UNCW Archives and Randall Special Collections selected for Traveling Archivist Program (TAP)

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Traveling Archivist to advise on best practices

Hal Keiner, TAP Project Archivist for the NC State Historical Records Advisory Board, will come to UNCW Archives and Randall Library Special Collections May 15 for a site visit. Mr. Keiner will provide basic collections assessment and recommendations for short- and long-term preservation planning.

TAP offers direct assistance including onsite instruction and preservation supplies to North Carolina institutions and organizations that collect, preserve, and make accessible to the public, materials documenting the history and culture of the state.

UNCW Board of Trustees Digital Collection, 1958-Present

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Board of Trustees Meeting minutes are online

UNCW Archives is proud to present the UNCW Board of Trustees Digital Collection

You may search across Meeting Minutes, browse by date, and read online. You may also download each meeting to pdf.

We are excited that these vital documents are now available worldwide, from anyone's desktop or mobile device. These primary sources serve as a gateway to the university's history while documenting the governing role of the Board of Trustees.

Internet Archive - UNCW Collection Grows

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Archival publications about UNCW are now online and searchable on the Internet Archive.

UNCW has participated in an exciting project to digitize historical and current publications about the university. This project was made possible through the LYRASIS Mass Digitization Collaborative – a Sloan Foundation grant-subsidized program making digitization easy and affordable for libraries and cultural institutions across the country.

UNCW Athletics Awards

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Featuring athletics awards from 1951 through 2009.

This collaborative project between UNCW Athletics and UNCW Archives documents the accomplishments of student athletes through photographs of trophies, plaques, certificates and other memorabilia from UNCW athletics programs. The online collection highlights items in the display cases in Trask Coliseum and in Archives in Randall Library.

 

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UNCW Athletics Awards

Featuring the achievements of student athletes, this collection includes certificates, trophies, plaques, and artwork in Trask Coliseum and Archives.

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