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Congratulations to this year's Undergraduate Research Award winners

Six students have won 2020-2021 University Libraries Undergraduate Research Awards.

UofSC Libraries seek stakeholder feedback

Changes are coming to HathiTrust ETAS

The HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) -- put in place last year to provide UofSC faculty, students and other researchers remote access to print materials that were restricted during the pandemic --will be deactivated Monday, May 10.

Project changes student's career path

Aniruth Sivakumar thought his calling was medicine. But when he began work on the UofSC Digital Piranesi project, he switched majors from pre-med to computer science.

UofSC Libraries seek faculty feedback

UofSC Libraries seek faculty feedback

Piranesi's Worlds: Mapping the Architectural Imagination

The incredibly detailed work and vivid imagination of 18th-century Italian archaeologist, architect and artist Giovanni Piranesi (1720-1778) are now on display at the Ernest F. Hollings Special Collections Library.

Bridging the social distancing divide

Research and Instruction librarians work with faculty to create instruction session tailored to meet the needs of students.

Open Education Week 2021 Events

Changes to Kanopy streaming film service coming Feb. 28

Effective February 28, 2021, University of South Carolina Libraries will change the way we work with Kanopy, a streaming service that offers licensed access to a wide array of documentary and feature films.

Digital Research Services Spring 2021 Workshops

Digital Research Services is offering workshops this spring. All are free and open to UofSC faculty, staff and students.

Love Data Week 2021 Events

To celebrate Love Data Week 2021 (Feb. 8-12), University Libraries is offering a week full of free online workshops. Register now to save your space!

KISS collection rocks on at UofSC Libraries

The University of South Carolina Libraries will be home to a one-of-a-kind collection of memorabilia from the rock band KISS.

The Digital Age Comes to the Map Collection

Bad handwriting enriches classroom experience with SC Political Collections

Learning to read handwriting from the past, which can be much more ornate and difficult than modern writing, is a crucial skill for future historians and archivists who work with older documents.

Faculty and Libraries step up to help students

Students enrolled in Introduction to Nuclear Materials will no longer have to purchase a textbook

Ray Bradbury fan donates lifelong collection to UofSC Libraries

Hardin's Bradbury collection, which she recently gifted to the Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections at UofSC Libraries, grew over the decades.

Thomas Cooper Library opens August 3

UofSC's Thomas Cooper Library reopens to students, faculty and staff on Monday, August 3.

Join us for the Fall Literary Festival 2020

This year's festival begins Oct. 14.

Four faculty win SCoer awards for 2020

Congratulations to the four recipients of this year's SCoer Faculty Awards

Congratulations to this year's Undergraduate Research Awards winners

Five students have won 2019-2020 University Libraries Undergraduate Research Awards

In the Arena: Presidential Campaigns and Conventions

South Carolina Political Collections’ exhibit showcases dozens of interesting campaign materials produced throughout the decades.

Open Education Week 2020

Open Education Week is March 2 - 6, 2020

"The Charleston Renaissance" and "Elizabeth Boatwright Coker’s Life and Legacy"

South Caroliniana Library and Irvin Department showcase collections this spring

Enhancing the TCoop experience

New partnership creates a playbook for supporting student success

'South Carolina Veterans Project' wins national award

A University of South Carolina oral history project has been awarded the 2019 Oral History Association Elizabeth B. Mason Award

 

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