All branches of the OCPL will be closed Wednesday, December 11th for a staff training day.
Please note that the circulation system performs nightly backups at 11 p.m. Eastern time and accounts may be unavailable during some nighttime hours.
Click HERE for the December, 2013 Activity Calendar
The Oconee County Economic Development Commission is working towards the formulation of a new five-year economic development strategy, and would welcome input on their survey, particularly from our Oconee County residents, property owners and friends. Go to the link below to take this short (8 question) but important survey:
TRY THESE LIBRARY RESOURCES:
Universal Class Library Edition.
OverDrive Digital Media--click the above link to start. Need help? Click here for assistance.
Additional OCPL e-book resources can be found here.
One Click Audio (click on the banner above)
Need help? Check out this link.
(Please note: e-books and e-audiobooks cannot be downloaded on library computers.)
MANGO LANGUAGES--Language Learning made easy.
Click HERE to use Mango inside the library. And click HERE to use Mango from home, at school, the coffee shop, or anywhere!
Best of all, it's FREE with your OCPL card and PIN. You can even use Mango on your mobile device!
Try these resources from the
South Carolina State Library:
DISCUS - South Carolina's Virtual Library. Find thousands of magazines, newspapers, reference books and more!
Click the logo above to try it out!
DISCUS is featuring new and expanded access to great databases, like EBSCO and Credo Reference.
HERE IS A NOTABLE NEW DATABASE FROM SC DISCUS (click on the logo above to go directly to the resource, or use the main SC DISCUS link above).
A service of the South Carolina State Library.
Here's a great resource for high school, college prep and vocational standardized test practice:
Testing and study for both academic and licensing exams
(Free registration required)
A service of the South Carolina State Library
Other resources from the South Carolina State Library:
The Opening History documentary history collection, including many South Carolina collections.
Interested in learning more about small business and entrepreneurship in the Oconee County area? Click HERE.
NEW: Check out this genealogy resource from the Daughters of the American Revolution: http://services.dar.org/public/dar_research/search/
All branches are equipped with Wi-Fi access.
WATCH US GROW!
Find information about the NEW library in Seneca (including the Providence Associates study released August, 2012)
and all of OCPL's expansion plans here.