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SILS 2019 graduate Nadia Clifton recognized for work to make libraries more accessible

Nadia Clifton, who graduated from the UNC School of Information and Library Science (SILS) on May 12, was recently featured on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill homepage and website. The story covers her efforts to make Wilson Library more accessible and encourage people to feel more comfortable visiting the space, as well as engaging with the rare materials in its collection.

Nadia Clifton and project fair attendees standing around a computer.
Nadia Clifton demonstrates her 360-degree tour
of Wilson Library at the SILS Project Fair.

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A Society of American Archivists (SAA)/Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Mosaic Fellow, Clifton earned her Master of Science in Library Science (MSLS) at SILS. In April, she won the Community Impact Award at the SILS Project Fair for her project, “Special Tours for Special Collections: 360-Degree Virtual Tours for Library Accessibility.”

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