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Free Author Talk and Signing: Champions of Civil and Human Rights in South Carolina with Marvin Lare

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Join us on August 24 at noon for this month's author talk and book signing: Champions of Civil and Human Rights in South Carolina, the first volume in a five-volume anthology. Lare introduces more than one hundred civil rights leaders from South Carolina to chronicle a massive revolution in American society.

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2017 Annual Literacy Leaders Awards Announced

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The 11th Annual Literacy Leaders Awards will be presented by the USC School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) at 5:00 p.m. on September 8, 2017 at the South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia.  The awards go to individuals and/or groups that have had a statewide impact on literacy in South Carolina. Their contributions include:

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University flood researchers need survey participants

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Were you impacted by the catastrophic flooding that hit the South Carolina Midlands in October 2015 or Hurricane Matthew last November? Three University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science faculty — Dr. Feili Tu-Keefner, Dr. Jingjing Liu and Dr.

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Register today for Tech Tuesday: Using Google Apps

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Register online for our next Tech Tuesday free training session on how to use Google Apps (forms, docs, slides, photos, sheets, classroom, virtual reality). Trainer:  Matt Guzzi, SC State Library Software Systems Administrator. Please bring your own device. There will be time for Q&A. Date: Tuesday, August 22, 20

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New Interactive Eclipse Exhibit Announced

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During the month of August, we are featuring a special fun and interactive solar eclipse exhibit. Visitors can add stars to a wall as a way to “create their own constellation.” The installation shows the approximate locations of major stars and the four planets in our solar system that will become visible during the 2 minutes and 36 seconds of total darkness during the eclipse in Columbia.

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