The following publications from the University of North Carolina Press are available exclusively in electronic format. Excavating Occaneechi Town is a CD-ROM. The accompanying website offers excerpts, online registration, technical support, online ordering, and a special section for educators. Internet Poetry Archive and North Carolina Bookshelf are online projects in progress and are available free to web surfers. The UNC Press 75th Anniversary Exhibit includes materials from an exhibit about the University of North Carolina Press that was mounted in UNC's Wilson Library in 1997.
The University of North Carolina Press participates in other consortial electronic publications. The Documenting the American South (DAS) project, sponsored by the Academic Affairs Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, brings Southern history and culture to anyone with web access by making available digitized versions of printed works, manuscripts, and artifacts on the South from the colonial period through the first decades of the twentieth century. The Model Editions Partnership (MEP) is developing editorial guidelines for publishing historical documents in electronic form. The Papers of General Nathanael Greene published by UNC Press is one of seven historical editions participating in the original demonstration.
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