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Faculty Library Newsletter

Departmental Budgets and Acquisitions

Check your departmental budget allocations, spending, and balance.

Review databases charged to your department.

Check the status of all your book, eBook and media orders - date ordered, date received, list, cost, call number assigned, etc.

Contact your liaison to order new materials.

Contact Head of Acquisitions to inquire about unfilled orders.

New Databases

TeachingBooks – Designed for readers and educators

For Pre K – Grade 12

  • Subject areas include ELA, History, Math, STEAM, Science, and more
  • Meet-the-Author and illustrators with movies and recordings
  • Book Guides, Activities, and Teaching Ideas
  • Includes read-along audiobooks and complete book readings
  • Reader’s Advisory Tool
  • Booklists and Collection Analysis
  • Student Homework Help and Reading List Builder

Writer's Reference Center - Do Your Students Need Online Help Writing That Paper?

Test Drive This Month's Sporty Databases - Trials

 

De Gruyter Book Archive - 53,000 titles going back THREE CENTURIES

Max Planck Encyclopedias of International Law

 

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New Rule for Interlibrary Loan / PASCAL Delivers

In order to support our growing graduate programs, the limit on interlibrary loans per semester for students has been raised from 20 to 25. Waivers may be granted by special permission.

        

Use Interlibrary Loan to borrow books and articles from other libraries.

Use PASCAL Delivers to find and borrow 12 million books from South Carolina's college libraries.

Congratulations! You Have Saved Your Students One Million Dollars

Over the past three years the Thrift Library eTextbook Project has saved our students over a million dollars with free eTextbooks.

You did this by selecting titles available for purchase to libraries for unlimited users. This semester that equaled 177 unique titles (about one in four) for a cost savings of $227,818 based on 20 students per class.

Wouldn't it be great to save them even more!

Contact you library liaison and we will work with you to find a good substitute for your current textbook. 

Free and affordable textbooks have been linked to:

  • Higher Grades
  • Fewer W's
  • Higher retention rates

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