New September State Documents
The South Carolina Forestry Commission harvests interest on the first page of its second-quarter newsletter, the SCFC Prevention Dispatch, making it our choice for the September featured state document.
As a state documents depository, we work diligently to preserve state agency publications and make them available. We are pleased to offer digital access to annual reports from the South Carolina Department of Education dating back to 1920.
State Library to Offer Kinship Care Training
It is common for grandparents to raise their grandchildren in South Carolina. Although circumstances may vary, grandparents often share similar challenges and unique strengths.
There are opportunities to join our team. The E-Rate IT Consultant will assist South Carolina libraries with broadband needs.
The Notable State Documents Awards Program recognizes outstanding state publications produced during the calendar year. Categories include physical or digital monographs (individual publications), serials, and websites. We will review nominations and select the final candidates for judging.
New August 2021 State Documents
If the retirement bug is buzzing, but you don't quite know how to capture it, the featured state document for August may be just the solution. Often, farm transfer decisions can be complicated, but they don’t have to be with help from the Business Transfer Guide, Senior Generation.
The Research Institute for Public Libraries workshop scheduled for September 21 and 22 is postponed. Our goal is to reschedule this training for spring 2022. Please keep an eye on our email newsletters and social media accounts for information on a future training. Thank you for your interest.
State Library to Showcase 9/11 Exhibit
The South Carolina State Library will participate in September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World, a downloadable educational exhibition that presents the history of 9/11, its origins, and its ongoing implications through the personal stories of those who witnessed and survived the attacks.
New July 2021 State Documents
We did not realize that sediment could be serene until it was time to select the featured state document for July 2021 and saw the cover of DHEC’s Watershed Plan for Sediment in the South Saluda River. This plan helps identify causes and sources of water quality impairments, assess them, and develop a plan to address them.