Learning Express includes test preparation material, interactive practice exams and courses covering a variety of topics. Prepare to take the SAT, ACT, GED and other tests. Learn basic computer and internet skills, using essential software applications and navigating the job search process. The tests are based on the official exams and are timed to provide patrons with a true test-taking experience. Patrons will have to create a password and may complete an unfinished exam at a later time.
Richland Library offers tens of thousands of downloadable media for a wide range of portable devices. The library partners with various vendors to bring you downloadable media – all free of charge! All you need is your library card! Your PIN (usually the last four of your phone number) allows you to log in to the various sites. You can search our catalog for all types of resources for a particular item, or go directly to the partner site to search for the e-Resource only.
Use this database to find articles in all major law reviews, law journals, specialty law and bar association journals and legal newspapers. Included are articles on Federal and State Cases, Laws and Regulations, Legal Practice, and Taxation. Also included are: British Commonwealth, European Union and International Law. Aimed at students, law school faculty and legal researchers.
- Richland Library stocks over 900 magazines and 120 newpapers, from local newspapers to national scientific journals. Main Library's news desk is located on the second level. Newspapers and magazines are kept in print or electronic form, and libary staff are happy to help you research a project or find the right article. Call us at 803-929-3405 for research or periodicals questions.
At all library locations, you can find the newest hit movies and classic films, popular music and greatest hits. There are more than 90,000 items in our audio-visual collection, including DVDs, Blu-Ray, audiobooks, and CDs. Various music and film online resources are also available for streaming or download.
Literary Reference Center™ is a comprehensive database that provides users with a broad spectrum of information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and timeframes. It has been specifically designed for public libraries, secondary schools, junior/community colleges and undergraduate research.
Audiobooks are downloadable versions of best sellers, book club favorites, biographies and more, read aloud to you by the author or another reader. You can listen on many devices, including computers, iPods, iPads and more! You can also check out books on CD and play them in your car or home CD player. This list of CD Audiobooks lets you choose from the library's large selection.
Contemporary Literary Criticism, Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, Poetry Criticism and Shakespearean Criticism have been brought together online under a single searchable interface from Gale publishing.
Contains author biographies, literary criticism, bibliographies, Internet sites, genre searches, reference book entries (such as literary dictionaries) and more. This is a good site to begin a literary search.