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Distance Students: Questions?

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can I check out a book at another University of South Carolina system library?

A. Yes. With your USCA ID you can check out a book from any of the University of South Carolina system libraries. These libraries include: University of South Carolina - Columbia, Beaufort, Lancaster, Salkehatchie, Sumter, Union and Upstate. 

 

Q. What information do I used to login to the Gregg-Graniteville Library's electronic resources?

A. Login with your USCA network ID and password (BlackBoard password). For example, if your email is Tritt@usca.edu, your network ID will be Tritt and the password will be the same as your Blackboard password. If you have any problems logging in, check out this guide https://library.usca.edu/offcampus .

 

Q. How can distance students get help from a reference librarian?

A. For research assistance, please either call, email or chat with a reference librarian. Chat reference is available 24 hours a day, Monday - Friday and from 8am-midnight on Saturday and Sunday. 

 

Q. I would like to have a research consultation with a librarian. 

A. We are happy to meet with you virtually for a research consultation. Research consultations are great for big research projects and more in-depth help.  You can make an appointment with a librarian for a research consultation Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. To set up an appointment, please fill out this form.

 

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