The goal of the North Carolina Exploring Cultural Heritage Online (NECHO) website is to promote "the use of digital technologies to broaden and enhance access to North Carolina's cultural heritage and fosters collaboration among all the state's cultural resource institutions through grant funding, education and training opportunities and digitization activities." While information science specialists and librarians will enjoy learning about their workflow and project organization, the casual user will be delighted to learn about the great collections featured here. Visitors can start by looking through the "Institution Directory" to take a look at the collections organized by city, county, subject, and type. The directory contains over 1,000 collections, including those from the Historic Rosedale Plantation, the Bunker Hill Covered Bridge, and the Wadsworth House. It's a remarkable site, and one that visitors will want to share with friends and colleagues.


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