Library databases provide access to scholarly/peer-reviewed resources across a wide spectrum of topic and subject areas. They provide access to published information sources. Examples: magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias, journals and other resources. The library databases also provide citation information.
Full Text = entire article - Library databases sometimes omit photos, graphs, charts, and figures from articles, but most will indicate that these have been omitted.
Abstract = summary provided by the author or database publisher.
Several of the library's databases are provided by Discus. Access these databases 24/7 to find information, magazine and newspaper articles, and reference books. You can browse the databases by grade level or subject matter to find the database that is right for you. Click on the logo below to go to the Discus website.
Discus is a service of the South Carolina State Library and is funded by an appropriation from the South Carolina General Assembly through the K-12 School Technology Initiative, and the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.
South Carolina specific legal forms right at your fingeritps. Includes real estate contracts, wills, pre-marital agreements, bankruptcy, divorce, landlord tenant and many others. Download and print the forms in various formats. This Database also includes helpful links to many South Carolina departments. You can access a legal dictionary through is source as well. For help using this resource, stop by the Reference Desk or call us at 941-4655.
Note: Reference Staff cannot tell you which form to download or offer any legal advice.
Access this database to research business and residential information. Databases include US Businesses, US Historical Businesses, US New Business, US Jobs and Internships, and US Consumers/Lifestyles. These databases are a valuabe tool for those seeking to grow their business through market research. Users can create a personal account to save searches and data. Click on the logo below to access this database.
Learning Express Library *Requires one-time free registration
Various learning modules: Subject skill building for all ages; College preparation; Computer skills; GED preparation; Job and Career Test preparation; WorkKeys preparation; Recursos para Hispanohablantes; U.S. Citizenship preparation
Learning Express 3.0 is here! Users registered with the previous Learning Express will have to register as new users in Learning Express 3.0. Please note that any tests, eBooks, or tutorials in 2.0 will NOT transfer to the new accounts.
Looking for a good book? Search NoveList Plus to find recommendations based on genre or keywords. Search the Lists and Articles tab to find Author Read Alikes, Award/Notable books, book discussion guides, BookTalks, and more. Also try out Novelist Plus K-8 for books just for kids and preteens!
The Auto Repair Reference Center includes information on over 37,000 vehicles made from 1954 to the present. Search for auto repair guides based on the year, model, and make of your car. Guides include step-by-step photographs and drawings to help you get the job done right. Learn how the car's components work by viewing the Auto IQ videos and more!
Find the information you need to start and run your small business. Browse by general categories such as business areas, industry information, business basics, and start-up kits and business plans. Watch videos on skills to start and operate your business, and browse state-specfic resources on starting a business. The SBRC also includes ebooks of the popular Nolo business and law how-to books.
Mango Languages is an online language-learning system that teaches actual conversation skills for over 60 languages from around the world. Each chapter aligns your learning to a set of conversational and grammar goals, with highly relevant culture notes sprinkled into each lesson. Intuitive popups help you tune your pronunciation with precision. Record your speech and compare it directly to audio from a native speaker to hear exactly how to tune in your accent. Learn a new language today!
Salem Press Databases: For access outside the library, click on the Remote User tab at the top of the page, and use your library card # or call the Reference Desk (941-4655) for the password.
Includes the following series: Earth Science Series (Earth Materials and Resources; Earth’s Weather, Water, and Atmosphere; Earth's Surface and History; Physics and Chemistry of the Earth), Encyclopedia of Global Warming
Includes the following series: Careers (Careers in Healthcare), Magill's Medical Guide, Salem Health: Cancer, and Salem Health: Addictions and Substance Abuse
Includes the following series: Decades (The 2000s in America), Great Events from History (Ancient World; Middle Ages, Renaissance & Early Modern Era, 17th C., 18th C.. 19th C., Modern Scandals), Great Lives from History (Ancient World, Middle Ages, Renaissance, 17th C., 18th C., 19th C.), and Musicians & Composers
Includes the following series: Critical Surveys (American Poets)
Careers in Series:
Genealogy Databases are for IN-LIBRARY USE ONLY.
Provides access to a unique, growing collection of research materials for tracing family history and local history.
Complements the research materials found at HeritageQuest Online. Use Ancestry Library Edition to check immigration lists, vital records, family histories, the census, etc.