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Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) Collects Carolina’s Climate Research – Plus more ATG News & Announcements for 4/22/24

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This post on the UNC Chapel-Hill website notes that “The University Libraries’ Carolina Digital Repository collects all kinds of research done at UNC-Chapel Hill. But for Earth Day (April 22), institutional repository librarian Rebekah Kati wanted to call special attention to her climate change collection. That includes 783 publicly available items and counting on a wide range of topics related to climate and the environment.

This collection is just one of 117 publicly available within the repository, which “collects and preserves and makes available the research of the University,” Kati said. “It can be articles, in many cases. But we also have student papers, data sets, book chapters, images, video, audio — whatever form someone’s research takes. We can store it and preserve it in CDR and make it available to the wider public. …”


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