SC State Library Partners with SC Department of Education to Provide Tutoring
The South Carolina Department of Education and the South Carolina State Library (SCSL) announced a $1.5 million partnership to address the continuing academic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Free Real-time Tutoring Now Available 24 hours
South Carolina statewide access to free real-time tutoring is now available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Both English and Spanish speaking tutors (in select subjects) are available through the
Upcoming CultureGrams Webinars!
Register now for our upcoming CultureGrams webinars: CultureGrams for Elementary Educators and CultureGrams for High School Educators.
New and Improved Discus Website Launch
The South Carolina State Library and Discus are pleased to announce the release of the new Discus website. Current users will recognize similar access point tabs of A-Z Resources, Discus Kids, Grade Level, and Subject tabs.
Exciting News! Gale's Poetry and Short Stories for Students now in Discus
Gale's Poetry for Students series and Short Stories for Students series has been add
Exciting News! Ferguson's Career Guidance Center now in Discus
Career exploration, guidance, and job searching for South Carolina residents just got better with the Discus addition of Ferguson's Caree
Exciting News! African-American History database now in Discus
Explore the African-American experience through key biographies, videos, primary documents, timelines, articles, and more! The
Exciting News! PebbleGo and Pebble Go Next comes to Discus
Discus adds access to two new resources: PebbleGo - Animals and PebbleGo Next - Biographies by Capstone. Find them linked from the Discus Kids page.
Peterson's Career Prep Discontinued from Discus Effective August 1, 2021
The Discus subscription to Gale Presents: Peterson's Career Prep ends effective August 1, 2021. All users who have created resumes, cover letters, or other materials they wish to keep must save or export them to another location outside
Letters About Literature contest opens with January 10th deadline
Has an author's work changed your students' view of the world or of themselves?