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New Documents for February

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We received several catalogs, magazines, and brochures from our state colleges and universities this month.  Many of these have color photographs highlighting the assets of our schools and include facts and statistics that would be of interest to prospective students.  We also received the Governor’s Executive Budget and the detailed Budget of the General Fund, Transportation, Education Improvement Act, and Education Lottery Revenues for 2008/2009.  Other interesting state agency publications include:

New State Employee Salary Printout Available

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The State Library has received updated salary information for state employees earning $30,000 and more.  The December 31, 2007 printout, supplied by the Office of Human Resources, is available for use in the Library only.  Ask for it at the Information Desk, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, during our normal hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Digital CPM reports are now available!

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Reports of the Certified Public Manager (CPM) program are now available in electronic format.

Reports from the Certified Public Manager program offered through Budget and Control Board are now being scanned and made available to view in WebLION, the online catalog of the State Library.  The CPM program is an 18-month management development program accredited by the National COM Consortium and has been offered through B&CB since 1996. The program provides training and on the job learning in problem solving, human resource development, and innovative management practices.

Lunch at the State Library

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Bring your bag lunch to the State Library on Thursday, December 6 and enjoy an interesting hour with author and history professor, Robert K. Ackerman as he discusses his book, Wade Hampton III.

 

The free program will be held from noon to 1:00 p.m. at the State Library’s Administration Building at 1430 Senate Street in Columbia.  (This is the old Archives building, not the building with the lions in front.)

New science resources available

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We are pleased to announce the addition of McGraw-Hill’s AccessScience to the Discus collection of online resources, which are available to state employees from home or office with a State Library card number.   The premier source in AccessScience is the 10th edition of the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology, but the content also includes research updates, dictionary definitions, biographies, news articles and multimedia.  The fully searchable media-rich con

New Salary Printout Available

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The State Library has received updated salary information for state employees earning $30,000 and more.  The October 1 printout, supplied by the Office of Human Resources, is available for use in the Library only.  Ask for it at the Information Desk, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, during our normal hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Classes for Information Seekers, Fall 2007

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State Library to Offer Free Training Sessions for State Government Employees.  The South Carolina State Library’s Information Services Department is pleased to announce dates for the Fall 2007 series of free training sessions for SC State Government Employees.  The Searching the Information Highways & Byways series is designed to assist state agency employees on how to locate reliable and accurate information as well as provide overviews and tips on specific topics related to online searching and services available at the State

New Services to State Employees Web Page

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Helping state employees find information needed for their work is one of the most important jobs of the State Library.Our new and improved Services to State Employees page and Beyond the Lions blog were developed to make it easy for state employees to find and use all the resources available to them through the State Library.

The News for State Employees section will feature new and enhanced services and materials.  Look here for announcements about classes and other events,   additional databases and online subscriptions, and improvements to existing resources.

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