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At this time, Addlestone Library is accessible only to College of Charleston students, alumni, faculty and staff, Friends of the Library, or those with appointments for services offered in the library. Face coverings and NEW Cougar Cards, Alumni Cards, FOL cards, or appointment emails are required for entry.

HIST 299: Historian's Craft: Home

Historian's Craft (HIST 299) is a topic-based course in which students deal with different types of historical materials and techniques to develop skills in research, writing, critical thinking, and oral presentation, focused on the discipline of History. This is the foundational course of the History major and is designed to prepare History majors and minors for upper-level courses and the capstone research seminar. 

Library and Archival Instruction Goal: By the end of library information and archival literacy sessions students will have the skills to identify contextually appropriate tools and sources to answer research questions.

Librarian

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Elena Rodriguez
Contact:
Addlestone Library, Room 101
843-953-0006

CofC Special Collections and Archives Virtual Tour

Research Management

Organizing your research will help keep track of the sources you have investigated. Below are a few options to help manage your research findings. 

Archivist

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Mary Jo Fairchild
Contact:
843-953-1424
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Research Services and Reading Room Access