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COVID-19 Information

  • Thomason Library is open to PC students, faculty, and staff ONLY.
  • The 24-hour study area is open after hours to all PC students.
  • All library study rooms must now be reserved for use!  Reserve a Study Room now.
  • Archives is open by appointment only.  Please call Sarah Leckie at 864-833-8311 to schedule a visit.

 

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Library Hours

Winter Break Library Hours

Mon - Thurs: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Fri: 8:30 am - 4:45 pm
Sat & Sun: CLOSED

*Mask required at ALL times
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News/Features

Struggles for Freedom: Southern Africa
Check out this amazing new collection of primary sources available through JSTOR!

Not Sure How to Check Your Library Account?

Watch a short video on our Video Tutorials web page for instructions on how to access your library account.

Bots and the Spread of Covid-19 Misinformation

Read about bots and the spread of Covid-19 misinformation on Twitter in this article published in the MIT Technology Review.

Schedule a Research Consultation

Want to schedule a research consultation with one of our librarians?  Please use the links below to see each librarian's calendar and to schedule a time to meet with them.

Jillian Collier
Betsy Byrd

FREE Online Access to the NYTimes and the Wall Street Journal

All students, faculty, and staff have FREE online access to the NYTimes and the WSJ!  See our NYTimes Guide and our WSJ Guide for instructions on how to create your account.

The Truth is Paywalled but the Lies are Free

Check out this article, by Current Affairs editor Nathan J. Robinson, discussing content creation and distribution and the spread of misinformation.

Video Tutorials

Need help navigating the library website or searching for resources?  Our short video tutorials show you how to search for sources using our new library system and more!

Will Covid-19 Mark the End of Scientific Publishing as We Know It?

Learn about the scholarly publishing process and how it is being bypassed so that developing information about Covid-19 can be shared freely.

The Spread of Misinformation Can Have Serious Consequences

Read this article to learn how fake news about Covid-19 has led to at least 800 deaths.

Also, see a cool infographic on how to spot & stop the spread of fake news.