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Our spring season continues to shower us with smart, interesting books
Submissions due by May 15. You could win $1,500!
What can this powerful technology tell us about the objects in our collections?
Therapy dogs will be back in the library for another tail-wagging snuggle fest.
Thanks to everyone who made a #bookface with us during National Library Week!
Internships provide students with skills, challenges, and professional development
NC Jukebox project team will host a special event at the Orchard at Altapass in western NC
Everything is better with aluminum foil
Join us for a discussion with Peter Honigsberg, founder of the Witness to Guantanamo Project
In essays, Brodhead shows a university thinking its way forward through challenges
Join us for an overview of a fascinating digital humanities initiative and exhibit
Libraries’ Nadell Prize honors students who collect for learning and entertainment
It’s National Poetry month! Look out for our selection of poetry featured by the New & Noteworthy section.
A review of our new exhibit appears in Religion News Service
How do you migrate, sustain, and further develop a successful digital project?
Help us celebrate by making a bookfaces in front of Perkins and Lilly this week
These 18th-century treats are best dunked in a cup of tea, to make them safe for your teeth
Our Conservation Services staff recently led a group of Girl Scouts in making their own books
Duke staff, faculty and students can take advantage of inexhaustible list of titles
The potential hazards of studying too hard are the subject of a new exhibit