If you need statistics about anything, try one of these two great databases:
- Statista Data on on topics such as pet ownership, music sales, poverty, social media use, and more.
- Statistical Abstract Social, political, and economic statistics about residents of the United States.
Both offer data in table and downloadable Excel format.
Check out these recommendations from our staff! Branding, war propoganda, animal stories, and more. Take a look in the display case across from the Charles Kuralt Learning Center and find these books in the catalog.
Join Stephanie Willen Brown, director of the Park Library, and Laura Lane, assistant director in JOMC Career Services, for a free session about resumes, cover letters and more!
Join us Monday, Feb. 4 from 5-6 p.m. in Carroll Hall 268.
Learn about all the career resources available to you through the library, the J-School and University Career Services.
2013 marks the anniversaries of both the Emancipation Proclamation (1863) and the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (1963), the event at which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr gave his extraordinary "I Have a Dream" speech. The Association for the Study of African American Life and History has chosen these two events for the theme of this year's Black History Month.
Want to see fun pictures of the Park Library? Check us out on Instagram! We're posting photos of new books, candy, and other fun stuff that happens in the library.
If you post photos of the Park Library on Instagram, please consider tagging us. We'd love to see what you're doing here!
Check out these great photos of last month's therapy dog visit!
Morgan Ellis, of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication took some amazing photos & posted them to the School's Facebook page.
Also check out this article from the University Gazette Therapy dogs help students ‘paws’ for stress relief.
Stop by to visit with therapy dogs Bear (Teddy's brother) , Whiskey, and Mickey! They'll visit the Park Library on reading days Dec. 6 & 12. More info and photos on our Facebook event page and on the JOMC website.
Big thanks to Megan Garrett who arranged everything! And to Morgan Ellis & student Katia Martinez for all the promotional work!!
To save articles to a permanent, personal folder in any of the EBSCO databases, like Academic Search Complete or Communication and Mass Media Complete, first create an account in EBSCO. This account is NOT linked to your UNC Onyen/password—if you’re accessing an EBSCO database from off campus you’ll have to sign into EBSCO after you’ve already signed into the library with your Onyen!
Click on “Sign In” at the top of the EBSCO page.