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The State Library of North Carolina is excited to announce a short, easy-to-understand tutorial on file naming. Designed to help people take small and everyday steps to preserve their files, this four-part tutorial video describes why file naming is important, how to change a file name and the dos and donts of file naming.

They are part of a new series, Inform U, which will feature tutorials on digital preservation. Digital preservation means taking practical and conscious steps to keep digital files around for future access and use.

View the tutorials and more information about digital preservation at http://digitalpreservation.ncdcr.gov/tutorials.html. Contact digital.info@ncdcr.gov for more information.

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Now online:

UNCW Magazine

Student Handbook and Code of Student Life

UNCW undergraduate and graduate catalogs 

Campus Communique faculty and staff bulletin (1970-2004)

Fledgling yearbook (1950-1989).

This exciting project was made possible through the LYRASIS Mass Digitization Collaborative – a Sloan Foundation grant-subsidized program that has made digitization easy and affordable for libraries and cultural institutions across the country.

Through the Collaborative’s partnership with the Internet Archive, items were scanned from cover-to-cover and in full color.  You can choose from a variety of formats: page through a book by choosing the “read online” option, download the PDF or Kindle file, or search the full text version.

UNCW partnered with the NC Digital Heritage Center to digitize the Fledgling yearbooks and publish them on the Internet Archive.  NCDHC digitized the yearbooks at no cost to UNCW.

To view all collections, simply visit Internet Archive: UNCW Collection.

Contact: Adina Riggins, UNCW Archivist, at 910-962-4233 or rigginsa@uncw.edu

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1989 FledglingUNCW Archives at Randall Library is pleased to announce that all existing copies of the Fledgling, UNCW's student yearbook, are now available online, via DigitalNC and the Internet Archive. 38 volumes are digitized and searchable, covering the years 1950-1989. 

This project was made possible through a partnership with the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center, a statewide digitization and digital publishing program housed in the North Carolina Collection in University Libraries, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Digital Heritage Center works with cultural heritage institutions across North Carolina to digitize and publish historic materials online.

Browse the UNCW yearbook at the NC Digital Heritage Center.

The UNCW yearbooks can also be found on the Internet Archive: UNCW collection.

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