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In this episode: South Carolina Center for the Book Awards Program; South Carolina State Library has recently awarded sixteen mini-grants for public library to promote reading and serve South Carolina families; Doug Henderson newly announced director of Charleston County Public Library; South Carolina Public Library History, 1940-1945 collection.…
 
In this episode: The South Carolina State Library has launched a new web site, WorkSC.org, to assist libraries, state government agencies and employees, and citizens locate useful resources on the many facets of workforce development; More than 69,000 young readers from across the country participated in this year's Letters About Literature writing…
 
South Carolina Common Cause day in the life of SC libraries releases report; York County Library staff members Abbie Townson and Karen Van Vierssen were honored recently by the Friends of South Carolina Libraries; Four South Carolina public libraries have been selected by the American Library Association (ALA) to receive $5,000 grants as part of "T…
 
In this episode: Letters About Literature winners announced; DISCUS, South Carolina?s Virtual Library, takes another great stride forward with SmartSearch; Richland County Public Library recognized the efforts of its many volunteers at a special event at the Main Library last month; Dorchester County Library is currently hosting "Visions of the Uni…
 
This episode of the Lion's Roar is a recording of a book talk given by Dr. Robert Kapsch about his book, Historic Canals and Waterways of South Carolina. This is the first history of the canal boom that revolutionized transportation in the Palmetto State. The talk took place at the SC State Library's Center for the Book in partnership with the USC …
 
South Carolina State Library is pleased to announce that it is now a BG TIME participating location; LYRASIS recently announced a collaboration with the South Carolina State Library and DISCUS, South Carolina's Virtual Library, to provide a customized online collection of current resources for job seekers in the state; The South Carolina State Libr…
 
The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) has awarded the 2010 Maureen Hayes Award to the Abbeville (S.C.) County Library System; Friends of the Richland County Public Library and the University of South Carolina Institute for Southern Studies for a book discussion and signing by Pamela Duncan; Author Neil Gaiman, winner of this year?s…
 
You will hear Tom Brown discuss the book, City of the Silent. This book is a guide to more than two hundred of the most famous, infamous, and influential individuals now interred in the iconic Charleston landmark that is Magnolia Cemetery.Oleh South Carolina State Library
 
The first author talk for the spring series of the South Carolina Center for the Book's Speaker @ the Center. Kristina Dunn Johnson, Curator of History South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum discusses her book, No Holier Spot of Ground: Confederate Monuments and Cemeteries of South Carolina. Kristina Dunn Johnson was a contributi…
 
South Carolina State Library has recently published a report titled, Social Media, Libraries, and Web 2.0: How American Libraries are Using New Tools for Public Relations and to Attract New Users; The Richland County Public Library Foundation has established the Ethel Bolden Minority Scholarship in honor and recognition of Mrs. Ethel Bolden's years…
 
Richland County residents will have access to more computers and free Internet service at their local libraries, plus expanded help in using both, thanks to a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; SmartSearch, the new federated search tool that includes a new home access solution for the DISCUS resources; The Institute of Museum an…
 
This is a recording of the December 10 2009 Speaker @ the Center presentations by three South Carolina authors. Mike Creel and Lynn Kelley talk about their newly revised and definitive guide to the state dog of South Carolina, The Boykin Spaniel. We also hear from Ben McC. Moise about his recent memoir, Ramblings of a Lowcountry Game Warden. The bo…
 
The second annual Braille Challenge to be held in South Carolina will take place at the State Library's Talking Book Services Library on Thursday, February 4, 2010; South Carolina's first winner of the "I Love My Librarian Award" presented annually by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and by the New York Times to only 10 librarians nationally is…
 
The State Library is proud to present the South Carolina Family Friendly Standards web site, in conjunction with the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee; Laurens County Honor Book program for the holidays; The Big Read is accepting applications from nonprofit organizations to conduct month-long, community-wide reads between September 2010 …
 
For this episode we have a special guest presentation. Stanley Lanzano is author of True Places: a lowcountry preacher, his church, and his people. The book is a documentary photographer's vivid study of the daily and spiritual lives of a South Carolina African American coastal community. He and Jason Shaiman, Chief Curator of Exhibitions at the Un…
 
Calhoun, Chesterfield, Dorchester and York County Public Libraries have gone live on the new SC LENDS online catalog system; Visually impaired and blind K-12 students from across the state have their artwork on display at the State Library's Talking Book Services student art gallery; The University of South Carolina's Thomas Cooper library is holdi…
 
Librarians at the State Library have three classes which are open to state employees, to library staff and to the public. They're called "State Government Information," "Grants Research: Finding a Funder for Your Nonprofit Organization," and "BOOKS, Books and more Books! SC LENDS and Safari Books Online."; 130,000 book lovers flocked to the ninth a…
 
South Carolina State Library was recognized as a United Way 2009-2010 Kickoff Superstar; Library Card Sign-up Month; Berkeley County Library System (BCLS) has received a $13,450 Google Community Grant from the Google Inc. Charitable Giving Fund at Tides Foundation; South Carolina State Library is pleased to announce the launch of a family literacy …
 
South Carolina's Virtual Library is pleased to announce two additions to its lineup of resources: LearningExpress Library and Ferguson's Career Guidance Center; National Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), a division of the Library of Congress, entered the first phase of its transition to a digital playback system; Charleston Li…
 
"Get Caught Reading Now!" contest; 2009 SCLA Annual Conference, October 28-30; South Carolina Library Association Awards Committee invites nominations for the Outstanding Librarian Award, Jane Walter Mason Award for Excellence in Technical Services, and Friend of Libraries Award; Midlands resident Carmella Broome and the Talking Book Services (TBS)…
 
This is a Special Edition of the Lion's Roar. You will hear from author, Jackie Cooper, who presented at the SC State Library's Center for the Book on August 20th, 2009. Jackie K. Cooper was born in South Carolina and now lives in Georgia. He is the married father of two sons and the proud grandparent of a boy and two girls. He is familiar to peopl…
 
South Carolina State Library has launched a new campaign, Connecting State Government to Information Resources; In late July, more than 25 University of South Carolina Gamecock football players and mascot Cocky took the field at the Richland County Public Library in Columbia to emphasize the importance of summer reading; The Director of the South C…
 
The South Carolina State Library is pleased to announce the redesign of its web site; The Friends of Florence County Library was selected as one of five 2008 Baker & Taylor Award winners for "Guess What Friend is Coming to Dinner."; 2009 National Book Festival will be held on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2009, on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.; Archi…
 
The South Carolina Literary Arts Partnership is pleased to welcome Frances Kablick as coordinator; Nine library staff members recently graduated from the Leadership RCPL program at the Richland County Public Library in Columbia, SC on June 25; The South Carolina State Library's Center for the Book proudly announces the recipients of the 2009 South …
 
Dr. Anne-Imelda Radice, Director of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), recently announced that 907 U.S. museums, libraries, and archives have been selected to receive the IMLS Connecting to Collections Bookshelf. Of the 907, 13 are located in South Carolina; Mr. Dan Mackey has recently been elected to chair the South Carolina Stat…
 
On Thursday, June 25, 2009, from noon to 1:00 p.m., 2009 South Carolina First Novel Prize Winner Brian Ray discussed his novel Through the Pale Door at the South Carolina State Library as part of the South Carolina Center for the Book's Speaker at the Center series. Through the First Novel Prize, a program of the S.C. Arts Commission, the Humanitie…
 
DISCUS Volunteer Trainer Program; The Greenville County Library System (GCLS), SC, has reached out to its unique mix of foreign-born patrons by producing a short film titled, "Welcome to Your Public Library"; On Thursday, May 28, the SC State Library went live with SC LENDS; Officials in Florence County said they are always looking for grant opport…
 
DISCUS - South Carolina's Virtual Library is celebrating a ten-year milestone as the provider of quality online library resources to the citizens of South Carolina 24/7; The USC School of Library and Information Science recently received high marks for their program in the U.S. News & World Report "America's Best Colleges Guide" for 2009. The Unive…
 
In this episode: A group of 10 pilot libraries has formed the SC LENDS consortium to share resources; Melanie Huggins has been named executive director of the Richland County Public Library; Winners of the 2008-2009 Letters About Literature contest have recently been announced; The South Carolina State Library is pleased to announce the winners of …
 
On April 23, 2009, from noon to 1:00 p.m., Cecil Williams, Orangeburg author and photographer discussed his books and art. Williams is the author of "Orangeburg 1968" which documents one of the least remembered chapters of America's Civil Rights history- the Orangeburg Massacre. On February 8, 1968, over 150 students gathered on the campus of South…
 
In this edition we will hear from Carmella Broome. On Thursday, March 26, 2009, from noon to 1pm, professional counselor Carmella Broome discussed her first book at the South Carolina Center for the Book. Carmella, who has been legally blind since birth, has written "Carmella's Quest: Taking on College Sight Unseen," which chronicles her first year…
 
South Carolina Academy of Authors will celebrate writers Kwame Dawes, Susan Ludvigson, and Carrie Allen McCray Nickens, inducting the three into the state's literary hall of fame on April 25, 2009; South Carolina State Library is pleased to announce the selection of the most notable South Carolina state government documents of 2008; Georgetown Coun…
 
American Library Association (ALA) and the South Carolina Library Association (SCLA) laud President Barack Obama for noting how libraries assist Americans during the president's recent address to Congress; Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) recently awarded 23 Connecting to Collections Statewide Planning Grants; PASCAL helps libraries …
 
SC Book Festival presentation: The Afterlife of Edgar Allan Poe - Saturday, 2/28, 4:30 p.m. - 5:20 p.m. Scott Peeples (PhD, Louisiana State University 1994) teaches courses in early (colonial/18th-century) and nineteenth-century American literature, as well as freshman writing. He has published two books on Edgar Allan Poe and several essays on nin…
 
Overcoming test-taking anxiety, raising test scores, and improving skills is possible with just the click of a mouse at your local Berkeley County Library; The South Carolina Library Association now offers CapWiz; Learn more about becoming a librarian; Greenville County Library System is one of 12 libraries in the country to receive a Smart Investi…
 
In this special edition, you will hear from South Carolina author Sandra E. Johnson. Sandra discussed her book, Standing on Holy Ground: A Triumph over Hate Crime in the Deep South. This book powerfully narrates the true story of how two women--one white, the other black--risked their lives to lead an interracial group of volunteers to rebuild a hi…
 
Anderson County Library System is partnering with the Anderson County Arts Center throughout January and February in presenting a "Big Read"; Picturing America Kits have been awarded to 854 South Carolina School and Public Libraries; Newberry County has a brand new library building; Union County Carnegie Library (also known as UCCL), has been named…
 
This edition's podcast includes: River of Words contest for K-12 students; Training opportunities at the South Carolina State Library; Declining state funding for U.S. public libraries in fiscal year 2009; Indian Land's new Del Webb Library; featured web site is the Partnership Among South Carolina's Academic Libraries, also known as PASCAL, locate…
 
News in this episode: January 4, 2009, marked the bicentennial of the birth of Louis Braille; South Carolina State Library has recently launched a new campaign to let state agencies and their employees know more about the host of free services it offers; American Printing House for the Blind (APH) sponsors the APH InSights Art Competition and Exhib…
 
SC State Library deals with budget cuts; Nancy Carson Library, a member of the Aiken-Bamberg-Barnwell-Edgefield Regional Library System, is one of 40 sites recently selected to host the traveling exhibit, "Abraham Lincoln: A Man of His Times, A Man For All Times"; SchoolRooms and DISCUS now feature new instructional videos to help educators and par…
 
Tutor.com has recently awarded the York County Library as Innovator of the Month for its unique promotion of Live Homework Help; The South Carolina Digital Library (SCDL) has received a fifth year of funding to support the preservation of cultural heritage materials; South Carolina State Library has recently begun "Twittering"; DISCUS is now partne…
 
International City/County Management Association offer public library innovation grants; State Library offers use of OPAL room to SC's libraries; Dr. Samantha Hastings awarded ASIS&T Watson Davis Award; Spartanburg County Public Library receives important 150-year-old letter predicting the start of the Civil War. This edition's featured web site is…
 
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