- Christina Fuller-Gregory
Are you working on your school research paper? Have you found tons of secondary sources, but not enough primary sources? Do you feel like you've exhausted all of your research tools? If this describes you to a tee, then we've got a few tips for you. (And, no they don’t involve pulling your hair out or changing your research topic.)
- Jake Duffie
Need to buy or sell a car? Or are you trying to brush up on the rules of the road in South Carolina. These Richland Library staff recommended web sites will help.
- Jake Duffie
Recommended by the Richland Library staff, these web sites are helpful for topics ranging from investing and banking, currency enxchange rates, finding a reliable company or charity to doing business in the local community.
- Debbie Bloom
For my summer vacation I traveled to upstate New York for R & R and a genealogy road-trip. This year I left all my papers, notebooks, pencils and pens at home and relied on my IPad as a research tool. It was awesome companion. I discovered that my iPad was all I needed. Here are my top ten reasons for using a tablet as a genealogy research tool.
Richland Library staff have compiled this database indexing articles related to Columbia and South Carolina from selected local publications:
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