For Librarians

Updates and news

NC LIVE has recently completed an upgrade to the technical infrastructure that powers our website, content and services. Bringing our software and hardware up to date enables us to provide more secure and higher quality service to librarians and patrons. The upgrade also positions us to leverage emerging technologies as they are developed. Some of the benefits of our infrastructure upgrade are:

1. Speed. Upgrading software and hardware enables our web pages and resources to load faster than ever before.

Access to Films on Demand & Ferguson's Career Guidance Center has mostly been restored though intermittent issues remain.

Please note that page load times may currently be slower than expected and intermittent issues may still occur as noted in the Films on Demand banner notice: "Please be aware that we are experiencing some site performance issues and are working to resolve them as soon as possible." Films on Demand is working diligently to resolve these issues and restore full service as quickly as possible. They will make each site available as soon as it is ready and improve functionality continuously, so please check back throughout the day.

Over the past year, NC LIVE has been working with Gale and Peterson's to improve the content and functionality of Testing & Education Reference Center (TERC) on behalf of NC LIVE members. We are pleased to announce the following content additions and interface improvements.

As part of the NC LIVE server migration, the legacy site NC ECHO was sunsetted. As approved by NC LIVE's Resource Advisory Committee, NC ECHO has been replaced on NC LIVE's Browse A-Z page with Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), which offers access to more heritage institutions' collections in one place.


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