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|From: John Burger (jburgeraserl.org)|
|Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2013 08:39:28 -0700 (PDT)|
FYI – Nice coverage of the Center of Excellence collection at East Carolina University. The direct URL for the PDF of the column is: http://www.ncl.ecu.edu/index.php/NCL/article/viewFile/394/482.
If you have other similar publicity about these kinds of collections, please share with us!
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I wanted to share the North Carolina Libraries column, “Joyner Library’s Cold War and Internal Security Collection,” with you, as it publicizes the ASERL Collaborative Federal Depository Program. The direct URL for the PDF of the column is: http://www.ncl.ecu.edu/index.php/NCL/article/viewFile/394/482.
Interim Dean, Academic Library Services
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858-4353
email: lewisja [at] ecu.edu
From: Kim Parrott [mailto:nclaonline [at] gmail.com]
I am happy to announce the publication of the Spring/Summer 2013 (v. 71 #1) issue of North Carolina Libraries. You may read the issue at: www.ncl.ecu.edu. We have a really nice issue with lots of interesting articles about North Carolina Libraries.
Thanks to all who worked on this issue and helped make it possible. Many individuals have contributed to making the journal a success.
Ralph Scott, editor
Ralph Scott, Professor, Assistant Head of Special Collections for Public Services, and Curator of Printed Books and Maps.
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