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AppsAnywhere Available to All CofC students

Posted on 10 February 2021 | 2:00 pm

AppsAnywhere is allowing all CofC students to access computer software applications for free on their personal device! Think you need to use the Addlestone Library computer lab to get your … Read More

Special Collections | Ad Luna, Ad Bibliotheca

Posted on 20 July 2020 | 2:29 pm

On this day in 1969, humankind first set foot on the Moon. Friend of the Library Jim Phillips and Special Collections reveal a unique connection to that momentous event.  On an … Read More

E-Learning | Helpful Links for Faculty and Students

Posted on 19 March 2020 | 11:15 am

The Libraries are dedicated to Cougars’ academic success and to the health and safety of the College’s communities. This commitment remains steadfast, especially during times of uncertainty. During this year’s … Read More

March 17, 2020 | College Libraries Update

Posted on 17 March 2020 | 3:36 pm

The College Libraries are online to serve you via each library’s website. To ensure the health and safety of users, the College Libraries’ physical facilities will be accessible only to … Read More

Dear Friends, Like many of you, the Libraries are diligently monitoring local developments regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our students, … Read More

The College Libraries are pleased to announce The Stono Preserve’s Changing Landscape, a digital history exhibit exploring the archaeology and history of a single geographic space in the South Carolina … Read More

Media Collection | Oscars in the Library

Posted on 6 February 2020 | 12:35 pm

Time is running out to see the films nominated for Best Picture before this year’s Oscars ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020. And, while you might not get to see … Read More

Feb. 5-7 | LGBTQ Tourism in the Lowcountry

Posted on 5 February 2020 | 9:24 am

The National Federation of Tourist Guide Associations’ conference begins today in Charleston, running through February 7th. Harlan Greene, the College Libraries’ Scholar-in Residence, is among the invited speakers. He will … Read More

E pluribus unum and the national unity it promised has been haunted throughout American history by its twin, E pluribus pluria. Dr. Michael Lee, Associate Professor of Communications and Director … Read More

The Lowcountry Digital History Initiative’s (LDHI) latest free exhibition, The Stono Preserve’s Changing Landscape, explores the archaeology and history of a single geographic space in the South Carolina Lowcountry—a nearly … Read More