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Welcome Back, Students!

2021-08-12 08:28:11

The fall semester is right around the corner! Stop by our Week of Welcome events to get your questions answered, get library swag and set yourself up for academic success.

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Fewer fines, longer loans beginning August 15

2021-08-12 08:21:56

Beginning August 15, the University Libraries will eliminate standard daily overdue fines for most books.

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UNC-Chapel Hill COVID-19 Research Output & Collaboration Analysis

2021-05-12 13:04:01

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Summer Systematic Review Workshop - June 16, 2021

2021-05-07 10:04:56

The Health Sciences Library is offering a free, one day workshop on Systematic Reviews to all UNC-Chapel Hill or UNC Medical Center affiliates on Wednesday, June 16th, 2021, via Zoom. The workshop, taught by HSL methodology experts, will cover recommended…

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New: Longer Hours, No-Reservation Seating

2020-09-22 12:03:03

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Library introduces book pickup, announces fall plans

2020-07-09 08:01:43

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This semester was hard. Here are 10 ways we tried to make it easier.

2020-06-23 14:56:25

Every semester brings unexpected twists, but this one has been historic. Our hearts go out to all of you who have navigated the many disruptions of spring 2020. The closure of our buildings was a disruption we certainly didn’t expect, but in March that’s where we found ourselves. We knew…

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A Message to UNC-Chapel Hill Graduate and Professional Students from University Librarian Elaine Westbrooks

2020-04-21 14:14:11

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Upcoming Elsevier Cancellations

2020-05-11 09:11:10

A message from Provost Bob Blouin and University Librarian Elaine Westbrooks Dear members of the Carolina community,  We are writing to let you know that, despite more than a year of sustained negotiations, the publisher Elsevier has failed to provide an affordable path for UNC-Chapel…

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New PubMed (beta)

2020-02-19 07:55:56

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has launched a new PubMed search interface that will replace the original PubMed in Spring 2020. Currently, users can access both versions through the HSL website’s quick links box while NLM continues to improve the new, beta interface. Features of New PubMed include…

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