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As a member of the Open Content Alliance, the University Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is contributing digital content to the Internet Archive from our Rare Book Collection and North Carolina Collection, including rare Spanish dramas, UNC Yearbooks, and North Carolina legislative materials. Other subject areas such as early North Carolina medical journals and North Carolina judicial materials are also represented.
UNC's participation in the Open Content Alliance is managed by the Carolina Digital Library and Archives (CDLA). The Library operates the CDLA as a center for innovation, experimentation, and the development of technological practices and standards to improve access to resources in all formats. CDLA is especially interested in production-level programs such as mass digitization, and is committed to the use of open standards and open source software whenever possible.