Subscribe to one of our RSS feeds!
Category Archives: Uncategorized
The SNCA Archives Month Committee invites SNCA members to submit images to be used in the creation of posters and bookmarks for this year’s archives month observance, October 2016. We are requesting images focused on this year’s theme: “From Moonshine … Continue reading
The SNCA Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the candidates for the 2016-2017 Executive Board. Please review the candidates and their bios. Elections will be held online in late March. Voting will be by secret ballot and election by simple … Continue reading
During the business meeting at the March 12-13 conference in Greenville, members with be electing new officers for all open SNCA board positions. These are the candidates selected by the Nominating Committee: Rebecca Peterson, candidate for President Currently the Public … Continue reading
Due to the recent complications with the SNCA communication channels, we are extending the deadline for the poster, panel, and lightning round sessions to Friday, January 30th, 2015! The 2015 Program Committee invites submissions for poster proposals, panel session proposals, lightning … Continue reading
Rubenstein Library Test Kitchen Tasting Event Over the past two months, Rubenstein Library staff members have been testing and blogging about recipes from our collections. For this event, we’re inviting the Duke and Durham community to visit the library and … Continue reading
Mark your calendars for the 2015 SNCA Spring Conference in Greenville, North Carolina on March 12-13th! The one and a half day SNCA Spring Conference “Removing Barriers: Outreach & Diversity in Action” will take place at the East Carolina Heart Institute. … Continue reading
As I’m sure you all know, October is American Archives Month. The Society of American Archivists has put together a great information page to help institutions enhance public awareness of their collections. If you or your organization does plan an … Continue reading
Please fill out this survey the receive this year’s posters and bookmarks. The theme “Home Grown! A History of N.C. Food & Culture” has lots of potential, so get started on planning an event for this year’s Archives Week, October 21st-27th!
The Archives Week Committee has established the date for NC Archives Week as October 21st-27th, 2013. We will be announcing the theme and other details soon.
Submitted by: Lauren Menges Content, Context, and Capacity (CCC): A Collaborative Large-Scale Digitization Project on the Long Civil Rights Movement in North Carolina is entering its third and final year of operation. CCC is an LSTA funded project undertaken by … Continue reading