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Student Newsletter: 2022, Issue 1, Winter Quarter

Quarterly quick tips and intros about the Library Department for students.

Winter 2022

In This Edition: 

  • Resource Highlight: PrepSTEP for Colleges & Universities
  • Did You Know? New Library Homepage
  • Program Librarians


Resource Highlight

New! PrepSTEP for Colleges & Universities
The library has added a new resource for all programs called PrepSTEP for Colleges & Universities. PrepSTEP is a dynamic online platform that can assist students in academic success and preparation for many occupational licensing exams for the programs offered at South College. PrepSTEP provides college prep materials including core math, science, and English skills, computer skills for use in self-directed study or as supplemental materials for developmental programs. In addition to college prep, it includes career prep materials and certification practice for graduating students including Praxis, NCLEX, TEAS, and PANCE prep, among many others.  

  • PrepSTEP Learning Centers for South College students include: 
  • Core Math and Science Skills
  • Core English Skills
  • College Success Skills
  • Career Preparation
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Grad School Admissions Preparation
  • Placement Test Preparation
  • Spanish Center (Recursos Para Hispanohablantes)


Did You Know? New Year, New Homepage

Just in time for a new year, the library has a new homepage! After faculty and student feedback on our design, we have rolled out a new, simplified look that highlights the library’s single search box approach to finding resources.  Use the library search box as the starting point for your research. Individual database and journal links, as well as ebooks and videos are still available on the homepage under the Resources tab. Program Guides and other guide links are all housed under the Guides tab. 

Check out our updated library tutorials for a quick walkthrough of the new look. You can choose from several short YouTube series: 


Program Librarians

Your programs are supported by one or more subject librarians. Librarians are available in person and online to help you with projects and research. Designated librarians are listed on your program guide along with contact information.  You can contact your program librarian by email or schedule an appointment to meet online via Zoom.  Let us know how we can help you! 


Contact Us  
Call: 865-251-1832
Text: 865-217-7631
Ask a Librarian button 

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