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Finding the Celtic is an experiment to create an online digital humanities collaboratory for Celtic Studies funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. It will enable users to locate, access, and annotate resources for Celtic Studies, to…

PublicLiterature.org provides a user-friendly interface to read books online. Many tools are provided to explore and utilize this collection of public domain books, poetry, tutorials and audio.

This Wiki is for sharing information and discussion of issues related to the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists (SAA), which is August 28 - September 1 in Chicago. You're invited to exchange information about sessions,…

Investigative reporters and citizen journalists alike need access to public records, but bureaucratic hurdles make it hard to get such information. Journalists that hold power accountable depend the ability to scrutinize reports, audits, emails and…

ArchivesBlogs syndicates content from weblogs about archives and archival issues and then makes the content available in a central location in a variety of formats (HTML, RSS, Atom, OPML).

Accurate and current information about the European Economic and Monetary Union single currency- the Euro.There are high resolution images of euro banknotes and coins- previous, current and future national designs and common designs and a special…

A rolling Internet news site for library professionals.

Spelling bee fundraiser for Interact women's shelter

The North Carolina Independent Media Center (NC-IMC) is an non-corporate, anti-authoritarian collective of North Carolina independent media makers and media outlets, and serves as the local organizing unit of the global Indymedia network. Though…

Carolina Week is a student newscast produced by students of the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Students are responsible for all of the pieces aired as well as the production of the show. The site archives video, audio,…