News Stories By Brian Dietz

Celebrating One Million Images in Style

One Million and Counting

In the middle of May this year, found somewhere in the Student Publications of the School of Design, North Carolina State College, Winter 1952, Volume 2, Number 2, the NCSU Libraries made its... more

Detailed view of Dorton Arena Plans

Slow Looking

The IIIF (International Image Interoperability Framework), growing out of work started in the early 2010s, has developed a set of shared technical specifications to support the sharing and... more

Michelle Obama Addresses an Audience at NC State

Happy First Lady's Day

In honor of President's Day, we're going to shake things up a bit (as presidents are wont to do). This year, move over chief executives, because we're sharing a list of images of first ladies who have visited campus! It's not many, but they're great.

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Libraries partners with ASPCA on large-scale digitization of animal welfare materials

The NCSU Libraries and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) are honored to receive a major grant award from the Council on Library and Information Resources (... more

Memorial Belltower Plans Detailing Bells (undated)

Memorial Bell Tower to be Completed a Century After Its Start

Campus recently announced that, with the support of a generous donation from Bill and Frances Henry of Gastonia, NC, the Memorial Belltower will be completed, bells and all. The Henrys... more

Eclipse crowd gathers in front of D. H. Hill Library

Campus Views the Great American Eclipse

This is turning out to be an astronomically-interesting couple of months. Today, there's an occultation of Venus, Mars, and Mercury. This follows almost exactly a month after the Great American Eclipse, which occured on August 21. While we in Raleigh weren't in the path of totality, we... more

Total solar eclipse visible Saturday

Eclipse of the Century Crosses North Carolina

Certainly everyone has heard about the Great American Eclipse that's passing over a wide swath of the US next Monday, August 21. North Carolina is in a pretty decent spot for viewing, with around 90% totality,... more

Operating MAVAC computer

Describing Archived Web Content

Our profession has been harvesting and archiving web content for well over a dozen years, yet archivists have still not settled on... more

A Photograph of Unidentified NFA Student Members Holding a NFA Banner

Rediscovering Agricultural History on the Campus of North Carolina A&T State University

This post was contributed by James R. Stewart Jr., Archives and Special Collections Librarian, North Carolina A&T State University.

Better Living In North Carolina is a collaborative digitization project between the NCSU Libraries and the ... more

1967 Agromeck

Additions to the Libraries’ Online Agromeck Collection

The SCRC recently added issues of the Agromeck, the university’s yearbook, to the Libraries Rare and Unique Digital Collections site. We now have a near full run of the yearbook, from 1903 to 2005, available online and fully searchable.

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