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Welcome Accepted Students!

Posted on 18 March 2016 | 5:39 pm

We’re sure you have many questions, and we’d like to help. For answers to your research and computing questions, please see our New Student Guide. To ask additional questions, visit … Read More

The Information Desk on the first floor of Addlestone Library is staffed by a combination of librarians, student computing support personnel, and peer staff student employees. Learn more about us … Read More

Joining us in Spring 2016? See our New Student Guide!

Posted on 17 December 2015 | 5:56 pm

If you are joining us at CofC in Spring 2016, welcome! We’re sure you have many questions, and we’d like to help. For answers to your research and computing questions, … Read More

Need assistance with your latest project?

Posted on 26 October 2015 | 7:49 pm — 

CofC students are encouraged to meet with the Research & Instruction Librarians regarding their research projects. (Faculty and Staff are welcome, too!) Appointments are available in person and via Skype seven days … Read More

New @ the library

Posted on 20 April 2015 | 3:29 pm

The library now has 10 MacBook Air laptops available to CofC students for 6 hour and overnight checkout.  These have solid state drives and startup within seconds.  For information please … Read More

In Deep Water with your Research?

Posted on 3 April 2015 | 9:42 am

Assistance with your research project is available!  Visit the Information Desk or schedule a Research Consultation!

“Three Cups of Tea” Research Guide

Posted on 2 September 2010 | 9:19 am — 

3cups of tea research guide

Reference librarians Steven Profit and Burton Callicott have created a Research Guide for the College Reads book Three Cups of Tea. It is easy to use and full of all types of useful information and teaching aids.  In addition to links to our new book catalog and numerous article databases, it includes relevant webpages, useful video resources, biographies of author Greg Mortenson and links to related local and national service organizations.  Steven and Burton created this Research Guide to assist faculty using Three Cups of Tea in their classes as well as for students doing research on the book.  Please take a look and let us know what you think.  You can find it at:

Lowcountry Digital Library Reviewed in “CHOICE”

Posted on 4 March 2010 | 8:01 pm — 

Choice, a prestigious online review of library related materials, has given a very positive review of our own Lowcountry Digital Library which documents the history and culture of the region.  … Read More

LITE Session Twitters with Twits

Posted on 1 March 2010 | 5:46 pm — 

Some great ideas came out of The LITE session this last Thursday including: Feeding your Facebook wall to TwitterRead How To Sync Your Twitter and Facebook Status Updates for more … Read More