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South Carolina Libraries Respond to COVID-19

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South Carolina Libraries respond to COVID-19

Debbie Allen said “But out of limitations, comes creativity.” In mid-March when the Coronavirus pandemic was making its way through the country, South Carolina’s libraries began discussions on how to keep their doors open to serve the public. However, it became clear that the library doors were closing fast as the state mandated many communities with sheltering in place.

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Temporary South Carolina State Library eCards Now Available

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A South Carolina State Library eCard is available to South Carolina residents age 18 and over who do not currently have a library card. eCards are valid through the novel coronavirus COVID-19 shutdown and provide access to online resources such as Safari Books, ProQuest Ebook Central, and NewsBank: America’s Newspapers.

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Calhoun County Welcomes New Bookmobile

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Photo of the back of the bookmobile.

Residents of Calhoun County will have easier access to their public library.  A new bookmobile equipped with features for improved accessibility arrived on May 21. The delivery is part of a project to provide outreach services and literary enrichment activities in Calhoun County. Bookmobile routes will include new locations that currently have limited access to the library.

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