March/April 2017

University Libraries
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Our events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

  • Tuesday, March 28, “Learn More for Less with Free Open Educational Resources,” a panel discussion for faculty and students. Part of Open Education Week. 3 – 4 p.m., TCL, Scholars Corner
  • Wednesday, March 29,  Open Education Resources Table. Part of Open Education Week. 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., TCL, Patio
  • Thursday, March 30, “Free Textbooks: Open Education Resources Workshop,” for faculty and graduate students. Part of Open Education Week. 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., TCL, Room 412
  • Monday, April 3,  “The Lindesfarne Gospels: Bringing the ‘Good News’ from East to West,” a public lecture by Dr. Michelle Brown, Professor of Medieval Manuscript Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London. 4:30 p.m., Hollings Library Program Room. Reservations are recommended by Wednesday, March 29 by contacting us at 7-8240 or
  • Thursday, April 20, Horseshoe History Tour, noon, meet at South Caroliniana Library
  • Saturday, April 22, South Caroliniana Society Annual Luncheon with speaker A. Scott Berg, Woodrow Wilson biographer. Ticketed event. For information, contact Todd Hoppock at 7-3131 or
  • Thursday, April 27, Thomas Cooper Society Annual Dinner with guest Ron Rash, South Carolina-born poet, short story writer and novelist. Ticketed event. For information, contact 7-8240 or
  • Saturday, April 29, Open Gallery, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Hollings Library
  • Monday, May 22, South Caroliniana Library temporarily relocates its user services to Thomas Cooper Library to prepare for renovations.

 See our March/April exhibits.


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Faculty: Collection Development Liaisons are librarians whose chief responsibility is sharing information about our resources and services.

Students: The time for final papers and projects is approaching. Libguides can help generate research paper topics and offer tips on finding great resources. For even more resources, check out our new digital collections (scroll to bottom of page), Moving Image Research Collections and the Office of Oral History.



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