The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center is a statewide digital library program housed in the North Carolina Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Through its digitization and digital publishing services, the Digital Heritage Center provides libraries, archives, museums, historical societies, and other cultural heritage institutions with the opportunity to promote and increase access to their collections through digital projects. The Center is supported by the State Library of North Carolina with funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library and Services and Technology Act, and by the UNC-Chapel Hill University Library.
The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center supports community engagement and lifelong learning by promoting and increasing access to North Carolina's cultural heritage.
The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center:
The Digital Heritage Center provides digitization and digital publishing services to cultural heritage institutions in North Carolina. All digitization is done in the Digital Production Center, a unit of the UNC-Chapel Hill University Library. The Digital Heritage Center can capture high-resolution images of a wide variety of materials, including, but not limited to:
Staff members work to capture digital images of the highest possible quality without harming the often fragile originals. For more information, see our Digitization Guidelines.
All of the materials digitized by the Digital Heritage Center are published online at DigitalNC.org. This website is hosted by the UNC-Chapel Hill University Library, and maintained by the UNC Library staff and the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center. DigitalNC.org contains thousands of items from libraries, archives, and museums around the state and is a terrific resources for students, teachers, researchers, and anyone interested in the history and culture of North Carolina.
Robert Anthony, Jr., Director of the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center and Curator of the North Carolina Collection.
Nicholas Graham, Program Coordinator.
Stephanie Williams, Applications Analyst.
Lisa Gregory, Digital Projects Librarian.