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JBI EBP (Evidence-Based Practice) Database
Includes evidence summaries, evidence-based recommended practices, best practice information sheets, systematic reviews, consumer information sheets, systematic review protocols and technical reports in the area of healthcare.
Leading medical content including ebooks, multimedia, case studies, drug information and more.
Check out this drug information database!
Counseling and Therapy in Video, Volumes I - III
Streaming video for the study of social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling.
Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print
Provides descriptions and reviews of educational, personality, aptitude, neuropsychological, achievement and intelligence tests, along with information about their commercial availability.
Welcome to the Nursing LibGuide! This guide is intended to help you navigate library services, find a book, locate a journal or article, navigate a database, and find quality sites on the Internet. The tabs across the top of the page will help you navigate between topics.
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Services @ Thomas Cooper Library
Scan and Deliver
The Scan and Deliver service supplies articles from the University Libraries' collections directly to your desktop! This service is available at no charge to faculty members at any University of South Carolina campus; USC-Columbia graduate students; USC-Columbia undergraduate students; and USC-Columbia staff members.
Have you registered? If not, begin by clicking "First Time Users." Complete the form and begin requesting materials.
Need a book not available at Thomas Cooper Library. Check PASCAL. PASCAL Delivers enables students and faculty at SC's institutions of higher learning to request books from participating academic libraries in the state, receiving those books at their home institution in just a few business days.