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UofSC Libraries is now home to the Catesby Centre

The new Mark Catesby Centre at the University of South Carolina brings attention to the innovative work and influence of 17th-century English naturalist Mark Catesby.

Four faculty win SCoer grants for 2019

Congratulations to the recipients of this year's SCoer Faculty Grant

Four Color Fantasies

Attention all comics fans: superheroes, villains, space monsters and crime fighters have invaded University Libraries!

Congratulations to this year's Undergraduate Research Awards winners

Three students have won 2018-19 University Libraries Undergraduate Research Awards.

Kick your research into high gear!

University Libraries is now recruiting for participants in its first ever Digital Research Services Boot Camp.

Open Education Week 2019

Join us as we celebrate the global Open Education Movement and aspire to give everyone access to high-quality, online educational resources.

USC Libraries exhibits Green Book this fall

"Green Book: African-American Travel Experiences" is now on display.

Frankenstein 1818-2018

The Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections is celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's novel with a full semester of activities.

Parris Island Historical and Museum Society preserves historic film collection

The Society's donation will help USC preserve and share the U.S. Marine Corps Film Repository.

Four faculty win SCoer! grants for 2018

Congratulations to the four recipients of this year's SCoer! Faculty Grant.

Now that's "SMART"

Digital Collections announces the arrival of new scanner that is revolutionizing how it digitizes rare and delicate materials.

Announcing this year's Undergraduate Research Award winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017-18 University Libraries Undergraduate Research Award!

Tour the Historic USC Horseshoe with USC's archivist

USC's official archivist, Elizabeth West tells little-known tales of the Horseshoe on her monthly tour

Library detectives

Information investigators pack subject expertise, customer service skills into their case-solving toolkit

Collecting memories with a microphone

Students create an archive about a long-gone chapter of campus life

World-class collections shine new light in the classroom

Frankenstein is never a dull read, but when Dr. Jeanne Britton unrolls enormous 18th- and 19th-century maps for her English 419 class, Mary Shelley's novel really springs to life.

 

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