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        FDTC Libraries Technology Loan Program   A comprehensive collection from Infobase which provides students, librarians, and educators with authoritative, reliable resources supporting the curriculum across a wide variety of subject areas ˜from history, science, technical, and literature to careers, health, and social issues.   

FDTC Libraries are located on the main campus (Rooms 207-208) and the health sciences campus (F211).

  Streamng Movie Collection Our library is offering a new, easy-to-use Faculty Textbook Portal, to assist you in finding and selecting open and affordable course materials that are no cost to students. You can easily find and access quality Open Educational Resources (OER)as well as DRM-free (unrestricted) e-books that you can request the library purchase to support your course curriculum. Provided by PASCAL.

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        R2 Digital Library is a market-leading eBook platform for health science collections featuring a comprehensive collection of medical, nursing and allied health eBooks presented through a clean and intuitive interface.   	 Lippincott Advisor is the single source for immediate, evidence-based, online nursing clinical-decision support. It delivers instant, 24/7 access to the latest evidence-based information that clinicians need at the point of care with over 17,000 monographs and patient teaching handouts. BioDigital Human platform is a medically accurate, virtual map of the human body—composed of thousands of individually selectable anatomical structures, hundreds of simulated health conditions, and a powerful toolkit to map, visualize and share 3D models.     STAT!Ref are detailed 3D graphic rendering of human anatomy. With benchmark anatomy, physiology and clinical content, STAT!Ref is widely accepted and used by thousands of health science educators, students and practitioners worldwide to teach, learn and practice.

  FDTC LIBRARIES DIGITAL YEARBOOK COLLECTION                                      

 The collection, which supports college transfer, technical education, distance learning, and continuing education programs, includes print, non-print, and electronic materials.

The services include copying equipment, borrowing privileges, study rooms, interlibrary loan, Internet access, audiovisual viewing rooms, and computer lab.

Library staff provides information and guidance in locating and using library materials. Library orientation tours and information literacy instruction are available upon request for classes, individuals, or faculty.

Looking for digitized yearbooks? See the full collection here.


The mission of Florence-Darlington Technical College Libraries is to serve the educational needs of students, faculty, staff, and members of the community by providing them with print, non-print, and electronic resource materials. These materials provide support for the college's transfer, technical education, and continuing programs and are for use by individuals concerned with personal or professional growth and development. This mission is fulfilled by a professional staff who assist patrons in their effective use of the library resources.

Spring 2024 FDTC Libraries Semester Hours


Wellman, Inc. 200 Building

(Room 207 Main Campus)


(F211 Health-Science Campus)

8:00 am - 5:30 pm 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am - 5:30 pm 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am - 5:30 pm 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am - 5:30 pm 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 11:30 am Closed
Saturday Closed Closed
Sunday Closed Closed

(Changes in hours will be posted.)

Important Operating Hours Change: The Segars Library will be operating under special hours from June 19 to June 29, 2023. The libraries operating hours will be 8 a.m. til Noon on Monday - Thursday. The Segars Library will be closed from July 3rd to July 7th and will reopon under normal operating hours on July 10th.

Contact Information

Main Contact: 843-661-8034Linda.Coe@FDTC.Edu

Fax: 843.661.8037

Important Information

  • Computer Use Policy
  • Copyright Policy
  • Cell Phone Policy: When entering the Library, please set cell phones, pagers, and other electronic devices to silent or vibrate mode.  If cell phone use is required, users will be expected or asked to move to a location away from fellow students or outside of the library, so conversations will not disturb others.


  • The maximum number of items a student may borrow is ten (this includes a limit of five DVDs).
  • FDTC students, faculty, or staff must have their TECH ID.  Community borrowers must show a picture ID to check out items.
  • Patrons are responsible for materials used and their proper return.
  • Delinquent items may not be renewed over the telephone.  Delinquent items must be returned before any other items are charged.
  • Patrons are responsible for any lost or damaged print, non-print materials, or equipment. Checkout privileges may be revoked for any lost or damaged item. Adequate clearance of financial obligations is necessary before registration or graduation.
  • Patrons who lose library materials will be required to pay the cost of not less than $40 plus a $30 processing fee per item.
  • All items must be returned to the library by the end of each semester.
  • Periodicals and newspapers must be used within the library.
  • Reference items designated by REF above the classification number must be used within the library.
  • The use of tobacco products is not allowed in the library.
  • Silence in libraries is standard courtesy.  Students guilty of disturbing others will be asked to refrain from loud talking, first.  On the second offense, they will be asked to leave the library.
  • Public Law 16-13-330 and 16-13-340 specifically deal with stealing, defacing, or damaging items, periodicals, recordings, films, etc.

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