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U.S. Census Bureau Unveils Stats for Students and Teachers

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The U.S. Census Bureau has unveiled a newly updated Statistics in Schools webpage for K-12 teachers and students. Using current and historical data, the Census Bureau provides teachers the tools to help students understand statistical concepts and improve their data analysis skills.

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International Games day and More at Your Library

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Join us for training about gaming in your library! Learn the ins and outs of International Games Day (November 19, 2016), why gaming is important, Gen Con, partnering with others through gaming, and more. Feel free to bring your own lunch and stay for some play after the training.

Lunch will not be provided.

For: South Carolina public and school library staff

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FREE Author Talk and Book Signing - Georgialina, A Southland As We Knew It

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Georgialina, A Southland As We Knew It

Join us for this month's author talk and book signing on Thursday, September 22, from noon-1:00 p.m. Tom Poland, Georgialina, A Southland As We Knew It – USC Press. A nostalgic look at Georgia and South Carolina before development, outsiders, and modern conveniences brought wholesale change.

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A library card provides endless opportunities for family engagement

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Visit your local South Carolina public library today and sign-up for a library card!

September is Library Card Sign-Up Month, a time when the nation’s public libraries highlight the value of a library card. As children head back to school, family time is often hindered by homework and afterschool and social activities.

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Fall Winter Speaker @ the Center Author Talks Announced

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 Fall Winter 2016 2017 Speaker @ the Center

Join us for an exciting line-up of FREE monthly author talks and book signings at the SC State Library.

September 22 – Tom Poland, Georgialina, A Southland As We Knew It – USC Press. A nostalgic look at Georgia and South Carolina before development, outsiders, and modern conveniences brought wholesale change.

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