SC State Employees

Certified Public Manager Projects For 2012 Available

Share:

Final projects for the 2012 Certified Public Manager program graduates have been received in the State Library and are available to view in the library. These projects are the culmination of the program administered by the Office of Human Resources of the Budget and Control Board. The projects will be added to the Digital Collections of the State Library and available soon.

This September is Library Card Sign-Up Month

Share:

Is your SC State Government Agency interested in hosting a State Library representative for a Lunch & Learn during September?

We can provide your group with an overview presentation titled, "What is the State Library?" OR we can set up an information table and your agency employees can sign up for a FREE library card!

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Share:

As the U.S. Supreme Court makes its historic decision on The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the authentic, electronic version of the law is available on the U.S. Government Printing Office's (GPO) Federal Digital System (FDsys). GPO authenticated the document by digital signature. This signature assures the public that the document has not been changed or altered.

Focus on Documents

Share:

2011 notable documents of South Carolina and of Federal Government agencies are featured in a new display at the State Library. The Library recognized the 10 documents and websites of South Carolina in a ceremony on May 7 and the American Library Association and Library Journal announced the Notable Federal and State Documents of 2011 on May 16, 2012.

2010 Census Coverage Results Posted

Share:

The Census Bureau has released an estimate of the undercount and overcount in the 2010 Census, providing a measure of the accuracy of it. The results found that the 2010 Census had a net overcount of 0.01 percent, meaning about 36,000 people were overcounted. This compares with a net overcount of 0.49 for the 2000 Census and a net undercount of 1.61 for the 1990 Census.

Public Health Campaigns: Getting the Message Across

Share:

LOOK AT ME! Do I have your attention? What do I need to do to change the world? Catching the attention of a passerby or reader can be a challenge. Teachers, authors and media people work hard to construct written materials in ways that will make a reader, even a casual one, stop what he is doing in his busy world and take note of the message.

SCSL at DHEC

Share:

Attention DHEC Staff! Are you interested in learning more about eBooks? Staff from the SC State Library will be available to sign you up for a library card, show you how to access eBooks through the library's online catalog, and you'll even be able to test drive a Kindle, Nook, or iPad!

When: Friday, March 23 from 12:30-3:30pm

Pages