NCSU Libraries Newsletter: Volume 32
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Newsletter Volume 32, number 11: WolfCopiers to be installed in the D. H. Hill Library; NCSU Libraries seeks Faculty Award nominations; renovation of the D. H. Hill Library's East Wing begins.
Newsletter Volume 32, number 10 : Web redesign planned for NCSU Libraries; Faculty Award nominations sought by NCSU Libraries; GI Bill exhibition goes online; Booming Out exhibit up through June 19.
Newsletter Volume 32, number 9: Booming Out: Mohawk Ironworkers Build New York exhibition; online access to Methods in Enzymology; Oblinger featured in library exhibit; Friends of the Library schedules Bob Dole and Tim Tyson for special events.
Newsletter Volume 32, number 8: "Page Us" service assists computer users; Oblinger featured in library exhibit; NCSU librarians selected for leadership programs; 2005 I. T Littleton Seminar; Bob Dole to give special Friends of the Library reading; Tim Tyson headlines 2005 Spring Dinner; Friends annual book sale set for April 15 and 16.
Newsletter Volume 32, number 7: Susan Nutter Named 2005 Librarian of the Year; introducing RefWorks; Birds of North America online; NCSU librarian wins diversity leadership award; Bob Cairns to speak at Friends of the Library reading.
Newsletter Volume 32, number 6: NCSU Libraries "Newslogs"; Vietnam, A Journey of the Heart exhibit now open with special lecture planned for February; Bob Cairns to speak at special Friends of the Library reading.
Newsletter Volume 32, number 3: NCSU Libraries launches $1.044 million digital project with Library of Congress; GI Bill exhibit and symposium reminder; Business Information Network; Elaine Orr to speak at 2004 Fall Luncheon; Tom Wolfe special event planned.
Newsletter Volume 32, number 2: Group study Collaboratory opens; exhibit on the GI Bill at NC State opens in October; NCSU Libraries joins Public Library of Science; Elaine Orr keynote speaker at 2004 Fall Luncheon.