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Newsletter Volume 30, number 10: NASA Reports Collection; Learning and Research Center for the Digital Age opens; schedule of hours, summer sessions, NCSU Libraries.
Newsletter Volume 30, number 9: New NC LIVE resources; library display features Graham cookbook; Spring Dinner 2003 Features Lee Smith; Doug Stanton To Discuss Sinking of USS Indianapolis.
Newsletter Volume 30, number 8: New resources for chemistry and chemical engineering; Satellite Shelving Facility Addresses Library Space Crisis; EndNote Citation Management software; 2003 I. T. Littleton Seminar; Friends of the Library March Book Sale and 2003 Spring Dinner.
Newsletter Volume 30, number 7: The TEACH Act Toolkit; Special Collections exhibit opens February 17; Nature Publishing Group copyright policy; upcoming Friends of the Library book sale and Spring Dinner 2003.
Newsletter Volume 30, number 6: Sanborn Maps now on NC LIVE; NCSU Libraries implements new library management system; subject specialists listed for spring 2003; upcoming Friends of the Library events.
Newsletter Volume 30, number 5: Plant Management Network now available; NC LIVE database addition; spring 2003 library hours.
Newsletter Volume 30, number 4: exploring primary sources in Special Collections; George Hodge receives 2002 Faculty Award; library hours addendum; Hill of Beans hours.
Newsletter Volume 30, number 3: new MultiSearch option available; overnight hours restored to D. H. Hill Library; Tony Horwitz to give reading; revised schedule of fall library hours.
Newsletter Volume 30, number 2: A to Z guide to library services; ATM and other services at Photocopy Services.
Newsletter Volume 30, number 1: changes in library hours; changes to library fines for overdue materials; government information services; updates to "Ask A Librarian LIVE"; East Wing Renovations; Fall 2002 schedule of library hours.