SC State Employees

State Library Launches My State Library Campaign

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You need to do more with less. The budget is smaller, but the demands are growing. The South Carolina State Library has launched a new campaign to let state agencies and their employees know more about the host of free services it offers.
 
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Legislativer Resources Class January 29

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The State Library is offering a 2-hour class for state employees and librarians in using the legislative research website, www.scstatehouse.gov, and other legislative materials.  Attendees will see how to view bills that are submitted to the General Assembly; track actions and versions; find contact information for legislators and committees; find budgets, laws and regulations

New State and Federal Documents, October and November, 2008

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Two shipments of state and federal documents have been added to the State Library. This month we received several more agency accountability reports (housed in the Documents Reference room on the first floor) and some titles on a timely subject: South Carolina economy.

New State Salaries

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The State Library has received the new listing of salaries for state employees (10/1/2008).  The two lists, $30,000 through $49,999 and $50,000 and above, are available for library use at the Information Services desk.  The lists are arranged by agency code (found at the front of the binder).  Pages may be removed for copying. 

New Documents for August

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Need information on the current health status of adolescents?  How about help navigating college admissions?  New federal and state publications have been received at the Library and are available for check out.  For complete lists of state publications received by month, see the doucments at  http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov/state

More Nursing and Health Resources for State Employees

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More bibliographic resources in nursing, medicine and health have been added to the online databases for state employees.  Using your card number you can access these databases from work or home.  The databases increase the quality and quantity of fulltext information for employees who need medical and health information beyond the consumer level.

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