The South Carolina State Library Digital Collection provides documents and information that expand the State Library’s mission to provide equal access for all South Carolinians. These online collections create greater access to the State Library’s unique historical resources, government documents, and new digital projects.

Our ever growing digital collections contain a wealth of state and federal agency documents, digitized historical items published about South Carolina from the State Library print collection, and collaborations with public libraries, museums, and public institutions across the state to showcase South Carolina specific digital projects.

We also partner with the South Carolina Digital Library to provide free access to an even larger collection of South Carolina historical materials from over 40 cultural heritage institutions across the state.

The South Carolina State Library strives for a high standard of accessibility for its patrons. Efforts are ongoing to make our digital collections more accessible. If you require reasonable accommodations, encountered an item that requires accessible adjustments, or if you have any questions regarding accessibility and collections, please send an e-mail to DigitalCollections@StateLibrary.SC.Gov and a staff member will get back to you as soon as possible.

Communities in SCSL Digital Collections

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Recent Submissions

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    Contract Approval Process for Commodities and Services
    (2024-03-18) Kirwan, Emmett I.; South Carolina Certified Public Manager Program
    This research project will address the approval process for contracts in Commodities and Services, which is the section governed by the South Carolina Consolidated Procurement Code (the Code).
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    Constituent Relationship Management Project
    (2024-02-04) Hammond, Erika D. Moore; South Carolina Certified Public Manager Program
    In this project, it is explored how to provide world class constituent services, by reviewing the current processes and identifying solutions that will improve internal communications and constituent relationship management.
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    Common Operating Platform for Data Collection
    (2024-03-18) Davis, Brannon; South Carolina Certified Public Manager Program
    The CPM project goal is to create a single common operating platform or environment in Palmetto EOC to collect data from different sources, collate the data into defined fields, and process the data into usable information to include historical trends. The CPM project’s goal is to streamline the information gathering process into a single standalone system with the ability to adapt to future developments and changes in needs.
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    Collections Management: The Next Steps
    (2024-02-05) Buchanan, Melissa J.; South Carolina Certified Public Manager Program
    In this project, the strategic plan emphasizes museum collections online to preserve and increase accessibility of heritage collections by rewriting the scope of collections, which brings the management of the museum collection into alignment with stated goals and themes in the Foundation Document.
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    Analysis of the SCOR Strategic Statewide Resilience and Risk Reduction Plan and Watershed Planning Method and the Best Practices for Effective Educational and Communication Strategies to Engage the Local Community
    (2024-03) Hightower, Bea; South Carolina Certified Public Manager Program
    In this project, SCOR and its agency collaborator, The Sea Grant Consortium, and a non-profit organization, SC Beach Advocates, will seek direct engagement with 10 communities within the Salkehatchie Watershed utilizing the Resilience Plan’s structure and strategies to identify resilience needs, conduct risk assessments, ferret out vulnerabilities, and develop 10 localized resilience and risk reduction plans.