Current and archived information from thousands of local, regional, national, and international news sources including newspaper titles, newswires, web editions, videos, broadcast transcripts, business journals, periodicals, government documents, and other publications. Also Included in this collection are Ethnic, African American, Military, Government & Defense, South Carolina news sources image editions of The Post and Courier and The State.
Created in partnership with the Center for Research Libraries and its contributing members this groundbreaking online collection provides more than 60 searchable African newspapers published in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Includes more than 3,600 printed works about slavery, all digitized in full color. This diverse resource includes books, pamphlets, graphic materials, and ephemera published over the course of more than 100 years.
Offers in-depth coverage of the critical issues involved in America's ongoing conversation on race and provides authoritative coverage of many historic changes including Barack Obama's election and the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement. Access available until March 31, 2022
Created from the renowned holdings of the Library Company of Philadelphia, this resource covers the diverse history of Caribbean islands over a span of nearly 400 years and includes more than 1,200 fully cataloged and searchable books, pamphlets, almanacs, broadsides and ephemera.
A repository of standardized and structured statistical data including 157 billion data points, 12.6 billion data sets, and over 500 source databases. Users can easily compare and contrast multiple data series, perform statistical calculations, and customize output views.
Leverage thousands of U.S. data indicators to perform demographic and socioeconomic analysis, from a neighborhood census block up to the national level. Users can also upload data and customize searches for their research and studies.
While setting up an account is not necessary, College of Charleston faculty, students, and staff may want to create individual accounts in order to save their work.