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The Foundation Center is an independent national service organization established by foundations to provide an authoritative source of information on foundation and corporate giving.

As a Funding Information Network partner, the Anderson County Library provides visitors with free public access to grantmaker directories, books on fundraising and nonprofit management, and the Foundation Center’s electronic databases, Foundation Directory Online and Foundation Grants to Individuals Online.

All materials are available for use in the library. The Foundation Center resources are located in the Reference Department at the Main Library.

For questions about the Funding Information Network or grant writing, call (864) 260-4500 x126 or contact the Reference Department.

Databases A-Z


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

 

Academic Search Premier *
Agricola *
Alt HealthWatch *
Ancestry Library Edition (in-library use only)
Anderson Independent-Mail Archive by NewsBank
Applied Science and Technology Full Text *
Auto Repair Source*
Biography In Context *
Bloom’s Literature *
BrainPOP Jr. *
Britannica – Enciclopedia Moderna*
Britannica Escolar (Spanish) *
Britannica – Library *
Britannica – School *
Business Source Premier *
Career Transitions *
Computer Source *
Consumer Health Complete *
Consumer Reports *
Credo Reference *
CultureGrams *
eBook Collection (career ebooks) *
Education Full Text *
ERIC *
European Views of the Americas: 1493-1750 *
Explora for Elementary Schools*
Explora for High Schools *
Explora for Middle Schools *
Explora for Public Libraries *
Foundation Center (in-library use only)
Fuente Académica *
Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia *
GED Preparation from LearningExpress Library *
GreenFILE *
Health Source – Consumer Edition *
Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition *
HeritageQuest
Historic American Newspapers
History Reference Center *
Kids InfoBits *
Learn360*
LearningExpress Library *
Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts *
Literary Reference Center *
MarketLine Company Profiles Authority *
MAS Ultra – School Edition *
MasterFILE Premier *
MEDLINE *
Middle Search Plus *
Military and Government Collection *
Newspaper Source Plus *
Newswires*
NoveList K-8 Plus *
NoveList Plus *
Opposing Viewpoints In Context *
Points of View Reference Center *
PowerSearch*
Primary Search *
Professional Development Collection *
Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection *
ReferenceUSA
Regional Business News *
Religion and Philosophy Collection *
SC DMV Driver’s Tests and Handbooks
Science Reference Center *
Small Business Reference Center *
StudySC*
Teacher Reference Center *
TOPICsearch *
TumbleBook Library*
20th Century Historical Videos *
Universal Class – Continuing Education Courses
ValueLine Investment Survey
Vocational and Career Collection *
WorkSC

* Provided by discus_logo_full_light_web, a service of the South Carolina State Library, funded by an appropriation from the South Carolina General Assembly through the K-12 School Technology Initiative, and the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Fishing Equipment


Fishing equipment is now available to check out from Anderson County Library – FREE!
Gilbert the Fish

Who can borrow the equipment?

Any adult with a library card in good standing can borrow fishing equipment.

What’s included?

2 fishing poles and tackle boxes may be checked out per card for 1 week (with 2 optional renewals).

Equipment: Shakespeare Navigator, Shakespeare Pitchin Stik, and Zebco 33 Authentic rods. Tackle box contents: one (1) pair of needle-nosed pliers, bobbers, hooks, sinkers, and a stringer.

Does every library have fishing equipment?

Fishing sets currently are available for borrow and pick up only at select libraries:

Anderson Main
Lander Memorial
Powdersville
Pendleton

Check availability!

What else is needed?

Fishing Equipment Checkout Agreement and Waiver

License: see SCDNR for information about obtaining the required fishing license.

Questions?

Please contact Reference Department: reference@andersonlibray.org, or (864) 260-4500

Support for this equipment comes from a grant by the Duke Energy Foundation and in partnership with SCDNR.

Job Assistance


There are two designated computers available with limited assistance to help with job hunting, resumes, and/or unemployment claims at the Main Library. 

For more one-on-one assistance, go the SC Works WorkLink Employment Center (Anderson office), located at 512 Michelin Blvd., Anderson, SC 29625. Hours: 8:30-5:00, Monday through Friday. 

Main Phone
864 260-6780

The SC Works WorkLink Employment Center (Main office) is located at 1376 Tiger Blvd, Clemson, 29631. Hours 8:30-5:00, Monday through Friday.

Main Phone
864-643-0071

Click here for all other locations.

Or, call the Information on Unemployment Benefits Payment Information number between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday: 

Main Phone
866-831-1724

¿Habla español? 

Main Phone
866-572-3178

Need job training? Check out the SC Works Employment Related Workshops

Want to get noticed by employers? Earn a free National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC): TriCounty Technical College offers a WorkKeys Testing course. Click here for details.

BACK TO WORK 50+ @ Tri-County Technical College is a program aimed at putting unemployed individuals, age 50 and above, back into the workforce. All sessions will be held on the Pendleton Campus in the Industrial and Business Development Center. To sign up, individuals should call AARP Foundation:

Main Phone
1-855-850-2525