Services to Citizens with Disabilities »
The South Carolina State Library's Talking Book Services department provides informational and recreational reading materials in accessible formats. The program serves South Carolinians who are unable to use conventional print due to a physical disability.
Services to General Public »
The South Carolina State Library provides library services to all South Carolina citizens through the public libraries in each county. When your local library is unable to provide you with books or information that you need, your librarian can obtain it for you through the State Library's interlibrary loan service. Individuals are also welcome to visit the State Library to use materials from the collection.
Services to S.C. Libraries »
As part of its mission to improve library services throughout the state, the South Carolina State Library works with all types of libraries to make information resources available, to provide statewide programs, to encourage cooperation among libraries, and to serve as the advocate for libraries in the state.
Services to State Employees »
The South Carolina State Library provides direct library services to members of the South Carolina General Assembly and to employees of South Carolina state government agencies.
Services to Students and Educators »
The South Carolina State Library provides several resources for students and educators in the state, including DISCUS, StudySC, and the Day By Day Literacy Calendar.