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Resources for Faculty and Teaching

An overview of library resources and services available in support of online course delivery.

A-Z Database List

The library has multiple options for exploring different digital resources available for your research online. You can view all of our electronic databases/content in our A-Z Database List. Here, you can search by name or filter by subject or database type (i.e. streaming or image databases).

You can also explore our librarian-built subject guides for your school or course. View our research guides (also called LibGuides) here: library.uncsa.edu/

Additional Open Access Resources

There is a wealth of information on the internet that is free and accessible to everyone, some of it not available anywhere else, parts of the collections of research libraries, and some providing educational resources such as textbooks and other content. Some open access resources can be found below, and more can be found in the A-Z  Database list: 

Video Streaming Services

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Music Streaming Services

Digital Collections

Logo reads N.C. Essay. Drawing of two people leaning over letters, with flowers around the edges. Text below reads North Carolina School of the Arts.Selections from the Archives collections have been digitized and are available to view online. Please note that the material represented online is not the full extent of the physical holdings of the Archives - please consult the Collection Guides or contact the University Archivist to explore material on-site.

The UNCSA Archives Digital Collections contain over 13,000 digitized images and posters from the Archives collections. Digitization efforts have focused on the school's Drama, All-School Musical, and Opera productions. Other subjects include Buildings and Campus Views; Campus Life and Special Events; the International Music Program; and the first campus production of The Nutcracker in 1966. Additional items are added to the database regularly as they are digitized.

Digitized copies of the NC Essay (student newspaper), course bulletins/catalogs, and yearbooks are available through DigitalNC, a statewide digitization and digital publishing program hosted by UNC Chapel Hill's Wilson Special Collections Library.

(NC Essay Logo, 9 December 1968. Publications Collection, UNCSA Archives, University of North Carolina School of the Arts.)