Serving Oklahoma libraries with consultation services, public librarian certification training, continuing education courses, computer & technology classes, and program materials.
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 open-access online.
EBSCO is offering free training webinars online this fall! The webinars are meant for K-12 Librarians but anyone can join. Here are the topics covered: Overview of EBSCO Resources (perfect for new school librarians!) Poetry & Short Story Reference Center (High School) Maker Space Activities in Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center Psychology & Behavioral Science ResourcesRead More
All of the same EBSCO databases are returning, but four have been revised. Academic Search and Business Source are now available at the Elite Level. (The Oklahoma State Regents may elect to upgrade these databases to Premiere Level for colleges and universities.) Also, MAS Complete and Regional Business News Plus have been upgraded. In addition, nine newRead More
What is Edge? Edge is a management and leadership toolkit designed to help public libraries better serve their communities through improved public access technology services. Oklahoma public libraries participate in Edge through a license purchased by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries for all public libraries in the state. About Edge Edge Resources Edge in Oklahoma Sign-up for Edge News LibraryRead More
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