Despite a fire that destroyed most of its first collection of books in 1778 and moving four times, the College Libraries have survived and, once again, are transforming to best serve students and faculty.
With the Igoe Library Foundation’s gift to Special Collections, the CofC community is invited to explore one of the most important works in all of English literature: the King James Bible, printed in 1613.
As classes get underway this month, instruction and what professors need for the fall 2020 semester will undoubtedly be different. And the College of Charleston Libraries are here to help.
CofC Libraries offers faculty and staff free access to everything from 'The New York Times' to 'Rolling Stone' – as well as access to some pretty great deals at places like Target, Kohl's and Home Depot!
Organized by CofC’s LGBTQ Life in the Lowcountry archival project, an edit-a-thon for Wikipedia last month helped elevate the history of the LGBTQ community in the Charleston area.
From providing laptops and books to research help for students to instructional support to faculty for online classes, the College of Charleston Libraries are dedicated to serving the CofC community.
With an increased focus in recent years on digital services, the College of Charleston Libraries is ready to serve students and faculty during the e-learning period.
More and more faculty members are embracing Open Educational Resources, making education more accessible and saving students money.
Meet Burton Callicott, head of Research and Instruction Services for the College of Charleston Libraries.
Faculty, staff and students have free access to streaming and digital media resources through the College of Charleston Libraries, including newspapers and magazines, video and photography, and much more.