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NewsletterVolume 33, number 11: Nominations sought for NCSU Libraries Faculty Award; new self-check unit at D. H. Hill Library; new reference service: "IM a Librarian"; Special Collections moved into new office space; East Wing renovations schedule for summer 2006.
NewsletterVolume 33, number 10 : Microform collections move and service changes; WolfBlogs opens for business; schedule of hours, summer sessions, May 21 through August 22, 2006.
NewsletterVolume 33, number 9 : Wolfpack baseball photos on exhibit; Littleton seminar scheduled for May 10; NCSU librarian named "Mover and Shaker."
NewsletterVolume 33, number 8 : NCSU Libraries provides access to ARTstor; Littleton seminar to feature discussion of Google book search.
NewsletterVolume 33, number 7: MP3 players available for audio books; numeric data listserv offered by NCSU Libraries; 2006 spring hours.
NewsletterVolume 33, number 6: new catalog search features; Feast Your Eyes exhibit to open.
NewsletterVolume 33, number 5: Changes coming to NC LIVE collection; Peggy Hoon to lead ARL copyright education initiative; NCSU Libraries featured in the New York Times; Martin Clark featured FOL speaker this January.
NewsletterVolume 33, number 4: Tripsaver expands services; Emyl Jenkins will give a special reading in December.
NewsletterVolume 33, number 3: NCSU Libraries' collections updates for engineering; Diana Walker: Photojournalist SITES exhibit; Jan Karon to appear at Friends of the Library event.
NewsletterVolume 33, number 2: Wiley and Elsevier back file collections acquired; numeric data assistance now available; Achieve! A Truly Great Library Within Our Grasp kick-off event; 2005 Friends of the Library Fall Luncheon features Mary Schweitzer and T. rex.
NewsletterVolume 33, number 1: Back volumes of Nature and Nature research journals; WolfCopiers Installed in D. H. Hill Library; D. H. Hill Library renovation update; new NCSU Libraries' Web site; nominations sought for Libraries' Faculty Award; fall 2005 schedule of library hours.