Reference Education Colleges and Universities North America United States North Carolina University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Libraries and Museums
This category is for libraries and museums that are administratively part of the UNC-Chapel Hill system.
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries
Includes links to catalogs, resources, list of libraries, services, and the Documenting the American South digital library.
Ackland Art Museum
Houses a diverse collection of painting, sculpture, and drawings, as well as from UNC art students and faculty; links to current and past exhibitions, calendar of events, and general museum information.
Carolina Law Library
Offers services, information and a collection of research tools.
Documenting the American South
Includes a guide to the collections and information on authors, titles, subjects and a geographic index.
Health Sciences Library
The primary library for the Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Public Health and the University of North Carolina Hospitals.
House Undergraduate Library
Includes a catalog search, resource guides, research advice and guides on studying.
Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
Calendar, programs, membership, news, resources, guide, field trip planning, and resources.
North Carolina Botanical Garden
A regional center for research, conservation, and interpretation of plants.
The Park Library
Part of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Contains news, collection details and resources for students, staff and researchers.
School of Government Library
Includes information on services, collections, staff and borrowing. Also offers resources on related topics.
Sloane Art Library
Information on the collection, services, and staff as well as resource guides to North Carolina art and artists.
Specimen data, photo gallery, list of collectors and interactive Atlas of Southeastern United States Flora. Contains over 750,000 specimens, dating back to 1835.
Virtual Museum of University History
Online exhibits of university history, study guides, bibliography, and interactive university map.
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