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The College Publications collection consists of the historically significant materials published by the college as a whole and individual departments.
What is in this collection?
Many of the images can be accessed online through the library flickr account at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/93780597@N03/
These images provide a look into the rich history of Wake Technical Community College and have been well preserved, but, as sometimes happens, what was once common knowledge becomes distant memories. The archives staff have worked diligently to identify the what, where, when, and, most importantly, the who in each image. If you have any additional information about an image that is not already in the description, or you believe we have provided inaccurate information, please send an email to the archives staff at email@example.com or schedule an appointment with a member of the archives staff through the Contact Us page from the WTCC Libraries website. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
The WTCC Faculty/Staff Creations collection contains publications and professional level creative works from and/or about faculty, staff, and WTCC.
Much as we wish we could, we will not be able to purchase/provide access to a copy of every production or publication written, edited, or produced by a member of the WTCC faculty and staff. Contributions to this collection by any individual may be limited by acquisition costs, storage concerns, and other limitations. To ensure works created by the WTCC faculty, staff, and students receive proper recognition by the college, an annotated bibliography, with full citation and brief description of the work(s), has been created and is being regularly updated. If you have been published in a trade journal, anthology, book, or other publication while employed or studying at WTCC, please contact the archives staff at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss inclusion in this annotated bibliography.
Items in the Library Materials Collection are archival copies of canon subject material and historically important resources no longer in the circulating collection(s).