Attend OCLC Research Briefing at UNC Chapel Hill in Person or Online on Friday, 7 June

 

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The public is invited to attend this free event featuring presentations by UNC Chapel Hill Professor of Sociology Dr. Charles Kurzman and OCLC Senior Research Scientist Dr. Lynn Silipigni Connaway.

The agenda for this event is:

Registration

Register here to attend this event in person. In-person registration is limited to 50 guests.

To attend the presentations online via WebEx, please register for each individually at the following links:

This event will take place in the UNC Chapel Hill Undergraduate Library Lecture Room (UL 205, on the second floor) and online via WebEx.

The suggested parking lot for in-person attendees is Rams Head Deck, located on Ridge Road, is a 400-space visitor parking deck that provides visitor parking access to the UNC campus due to its mid-campus location.  An attendant is on duty or a pay-in-lane station is available during posted operational hours. The Rams Head Deck is the closest to the UL; another option is the NC 54 visitor lot, further east on the Raleigh Road. See the maps on the right-hand side of this page and the UNC website for parking information.

OCLC Research would like to thank UNC Chapel Hill for graciously hosting this event.

For more information:

Eric Childress
Consulting Project Manager
OCLC Research
eric_childress@oclc.org
+1-614-764-6000

Melissa Renspie
Senior Communications Officer
OCLC Research
renspiem@oclc.org
+1-614-761-5231

Related resources:

  • Register to attend this event in person [link]
  • Register to attend Dr. Charles Kurzman's presentation online [link]
  • Register to attend Dr. Lynn Silipigni Connaway's presentation online [link]
  • UNC Chapel Hill parking information [link]
  • OCLC Research webinars [link]
  • OCLC Research webinars in iTunes [link]
  • OCLC Research YouTube Channel [link]
  • OCLC Collective Insight Series: Driven by Shared Data [link]

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