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Thursday, October 17 • 11:00am - 11:50am
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Primary source materials—historic newspapers, research reports, letters and journals, photographs, maps, manuscripts, audio recordings, public records, and also historic and current state government publications are accessible online through the North Carolina Digital Collections. Most of these resources are in the public domain. Some collections are created around a specific topic in North Carolina’s history, such as Veterans Oral History collection and Civil Rights in North Carolina collection. Discover the wealth of digital educational resources freely available from the North Carolina State Library and State Archives. Learn how these resources can be used to create outreach programs or products.

Speakers
DJ

Denise Jones

State Publications Clearinghouse Liaison, State Library of North Carolina
AG

Andrea Gabriel

Outreach and Development Coordinator, North Carolina State Archives

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Thursday October 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
Winston 3A