Use 'eRequest' for book requests. Remember to continue submitting requests for books you would like the library to add to the collection.
if you have an established account or would like to create one. If not, send your requests to your department's faculty representative or to
Greetings! I hope the fall semester is going well so far.
I appreciated the chance to visit briefly with the department last spring, and I hope to have the opportunity to get to know all of you a bit better, whether you're new or returning faculty. As your liaison to the library, I'm here to answer any questions you may have about how the library can support your teaching and research.
Measure of America
Measure of America is a project of the Social Science Research Council. It includes an interactive mapping tool with over 100 indicators, allowing users to create customized maps at the state and county level to compare a variety of data on education, income, health, demographics, environment, housing, and more. (Seems to work best in the Firefox browser)
Educational Film Collection
Have you thought about adding a video component to your teaching? The Educational Film Collection at Thomas Cooper Library is ready to help you make that a reality. You'll find an extensive collection of DVDs, videotapes, and 16mm films for classroom and educational uses. This collection includes materials suitable for many subject areas, including Anthropology, Humanities, History, Film Studies, Psychology, Sociology, English, Business, etc.
Staff is available to help take reservations, check out films, and help you choose films that fit your needs.
Sign up for our monthly newsletter by contacting Amy Trepal.
Thomas Cooper Library Room 302
Phone: (803) 777-2858
Amy Trepal - Manager
|New Streaming Video
We have added three new streaming databases.
These databases provide film, documentaries, biographies, speeches, news clips, etc. You can access them on or off campus, link to Blackboard, and show them in class. Best of all you can continue to use the materials, again and again. See a complete list of streaming video databases.
October 15 - Susan Cheever
October 22 - M.T. Anderson
October 29 - Cassandra King
Join us for an evening with these authors. All events are free and open to the public starting at 6:00 pm in the Ernest F. Hollings Special Collections Library. Click here for more information.
Workshops on Zotero, Research Impact, and RSS Feeds & Alerts
Intro to Zotero, Free Online Citation Management
October 9, 2:00pm
October 29, 3:30pm
October 10, 11:15am
October 29, 2:15pm
Keeping Up With Your Research: RSS Feeds and Email Alerts
November 7, 3:30pm
Register for any of the upcoming workshops.