Serving Oklahoma libraries with consultation services, continuing education, computer & technology classes, materials for programs, and training for public librarian certification.
Provides services, leadership, and technical assistance to library and community-based literacy programs throughout the state, as well as coordinating several statewide initiatives.
Preserving, storing, archiving and presenting historical records of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the Oklahoma state government from territorial days forward.
Presenting resources for learning and research through collections and databases available to libraries, patrons, schools, students and state employees.
Providing state and federal information in the original format and/or digital versions. Documents, publications and more are available online.
Federal library funding has had an important impact on library services in our state. Check out the recent Independent Evaluation of Oklahoma’s LSTA program and review the federally-funded projects that are making a difference in Oklahoma communities large and small. Read more about the Federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA)… at work in Oklahoma.Read More
Don’t miss out on XYZs of iPhones and iPads: Intermediate Training for Librarians. ODL’s computer/app classes for library staff members, as well as adult literacy staff and volunteers. Learn how to take iPhone and iPad use in libraries to the next level with this fun, hands-on class. Move beyond the basics and make these handheld devices workRead More
Librarian Certification Classes are now available for registration. See the complete list of classes. (Or you can download the PDF for the Spring 2017 Schedule.) Register for each class by clicking on the link for the particular class you want to attend. All registrations will now be processed online using the Eventbrite service. This online system allows you to verifyRead More