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Biblioboard Library

In BiblioBoard Library, discover local content from self-published South Carolina authors, as well as newly discovered indie books from authors around the world. All content always has unlimited access, simultaneous use, and no checkouts, waits, or holds.

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Flipster offers a variety of popular magazines for adults, teens, and children, with no overdue items and no limit to the number of titles you can check out. Access titles anytime, anywhere on your computer, tablet, or smartphone, and enjoy many immediately online or easily download them with the free Flipster mobile app.

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Freegal Music+ offers over 18 million songs, including today's top music, yesterday’s hits, and Sony Music's catalog of legendary artists, from 200+ genres. Listen to your own playlists, curated playlists, and albums, all ad-free! Enjoy unlimited music streaming or download up to 3 songs each week, with no software to download or digital rights management (DRM) restrictions.

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Gale eBooks, provided by Discus, offers an award-winning, hassle-free eBook experience — anytime, anywhere, and on any device, with comprehensive support from many top publishers. Optimized for search and discovery, Gale eBooks integrates with library educational programs for a better learning experience and includes these selections and more for middle school students through adults:

  • Drama for Students, a 38-volume collection, features critical overviews of the most-studied plays of all time periods, nations, and cultures, including discussions of themes, characters, critical reception, dramatic devices, and traditions, as well as cultural and historical context.

  • Novels for Students, a 69-volume guide to novels from various cultures and time periods, features discussions of plot, characters, themes, critical overviews, and style, as well as the work’s cultural and historical significance.

  • Poetry for Students, a 63-volume collection, features an overview, discussions, and analysis of poems from all time periods, nations, and cultures.

  • Short Stories for Students, a 52-volume collection, provides synopses of the story's plot, characters and themes, author biographies, criticisms, and cultural and historical significance.


It’s time for Big Library Read! Join the pack and borrow the featured title,  Twilight Territory, from our digital collection with no waitlists or holds through July 25!

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Enjoy Bonus Borrows more often! Bonus Borrows will be available the last seven days of each month. Choose from select titles without using your monthly borrows!


hoopla provides movies, TV shows, music, audiobooks, eBooks, and comics for your TV, desktop, and mobile devices. A valid Library card and email are required. Content may be renewed within 24 hours of due date. Renewals count toward your 10 monthly borrows.

  • hoopla BingePass: Explore great online content with BingePasses, and get unlimited streaming for 7 days with a single borrow! To view BingePasses, visit or update your hoopla app and tap "More" in the bottom navigation.

  • hoopla Flex: In addition to the 10 Instant Borrows you receive each month, you also have 5 Flex Borrows to use on thousands of specially marked Flex eBooks and audiobooks. Return one Flex title to get another Flex Borrow, and if a title isn't available, you can place a hold for later! Click here for more information and frequently asked questions.

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Infobase eBooks includes a large collection of nearly 5800 eBooks covering a wide range of subjects, including law, current issues, the economy and business, the military, science and technology, history, and more.

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Kanopy offers thousands of documentaries, movies, and educational videos from such producers as the Criterion Collection, PBS, The Great Courses, and Kino Lorber, for your TV, desktop, and mobile devices. A valid library card and email are required. Monthly borrows are limited to 15 tickets.

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Libby delivers eBooks, audiobooks, and magazines to read on your phone or tablet using the Libby app by OverDrive. You can even send eBooks to read on your Kindle, or stream video from select services! It’s free, easy to get started for new users, and a streamlined experience for former OverDrive app* users.

  • Streaming Video: Look for "Extras" to stream from these video services:

    • The Great Courses: Hundreds of courses spanning thousands of in-depth video lectures on science, health and wellness, and much more.

    • Kanopy: More than 30,000 critically-acclaimed, classic, and international films; popular TV series; a curated educational and entertainment collection just for children; compelling documentaries; and more.

    • Qello Concerts by Stingray: The world’s largest collection of full-length, on-demand concerts and music documentaries.


Salem Press eBooks includes a large eBook collection featuring current, full-text sources covering many diverse topics in the fields of literature, history, science, health, and careers.

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TeachingBooks offers ebooks with voice, "meet the author" videos, games, and puzzles for K–12 students. Educators can filter results based upon grade level, curricular area, cultural experience, author, year published, and special collections, and they can also create classrooms for groups. Provided by Discus.


Teen BookCloud features graphic novels, enhanced novels, eBooks, classic literature, National Geographic videos, educator resources, and audio books for grades 7–12, all accessible from computers or mobile devices. Provided by Discus.


TumbleBookLibrary features fiction and non-fiction animated, talking, story, and chapter books; French and Spanish books; National Geographic videos; and puzzles, games, and songs, all accessible from computers or mobile devices. Provided by Discus.

American Rescue Plan Act: Some of our Virtual Library items have been brought to you by a grant as part of the Federal Government’s investment in museums and libraries through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). These grant awards are made possible by funding from the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) as administered by the SC State Library.

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