Free Classes Announced - Register Online Today!

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The State Library proudly announces new free classes open to state employees, to library staff and to the public.

Legislative Information is designed to help citizens take advantage of SC and US legislative websites to keep up with the current sessions. It will review websites and print resources for tracking bills and regulations, contacting legislators, and searching databases of legislative materials. It is offered Tuesday, February 14.

Get It Done Online! may be a lure to save paper and expense of mailing in a completed form, but can become a nightmare of time and energy in trying to locate government forms and instructions. But watch out: The pages don't guarantee an easy route to a form or to filling it out! This session will guide attendees through the E-Gov web site maze and is offered Thursday, March 24.

More classes will be scheduled soon so check our events calendar regularly. Classes are held in the State Library's Computer Training Room and begin at 9:30 am.

Can't get your employees to the State Library? Library Services Librarians will gladly come to your state agency with a program to familiarize state employees to our new online catalog, SCLENDS, and to other online resources available statewide. Agency personnel can schedule a program (30 to 60 minutes) at your agency for staff training. Call the Information Services Desk (803-734-8026) to schedule a program today!