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The Emergence of the Crop-Lien System in Eastern North Carolina
The slave-plantation system was clearly evil and a war was fought to end it. The Reconstruction period was a half hearted attempt to institute reforms in former slave states. Regionally and locally the former slave-owners ...
A New Voice: The Undiscovered Histories of the Frederick C. Douglass Ledgers
Frederick C. Douglass, an African American lawyer in late 19th century Eastern North Carolina, kept meticulous records of his Union Soldier pension applicants’ claims. These records included the personal testimonies of ...
Author Rights and Copyright Management
Presentation and slides delivered during Open Access Week 2010 by Peggy Hoon, copyright education specialist for the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. View the video of Hoon's talk, or view the slides.
A Study of Librarians' Perceptions and Use of the Summon Discovery Tool
Next-generation discovery tools such as Serials Solutions Summon seek to provide a more robust and unified search experience for library patrons. Previous disappointment with federated search has tarnished librarians' ...
2010 Top Ten Trends in Academic Libraries: A Review of the Current Literature
(East Carolina University, 2010-06)
The ACRL Research, Planning and Review Committee, a component of the Research Coordinating Committee, is responsible for creating and updating a continuous and dynamic ...
Giving Patrons What They Want: An Analysis of a Thesis and Dissertation Purchase-on-Demand Project at East Carolina University
(East Carolina University, 2010-04)
Joyner Library's Interlibrary Loan Department has been purchasing theses and dissertations that it could neither borrow from other libraries nor find freely available online to fulfill patron requests. Purchased documents ...
Open Access (Review)
The North Carolina State Library as a Cultural Resource, 1812-1914
First published in The North Carolina Historical Review, Volume LXXXIX, Number 1, January 2012.
Staffing the CMC for Success
(Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2012)
Librarians, paraprofessionals, and student workers employed in the curriculum materials center (CMC) require specialized skills to assist preservice and in-service teachers and faculty. As technology continues to ...