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Oklahoma is currently home to over 200 public library sites. These libraries are branches of county or multi-county library systems, or are administered by local municipalities. In addition to these official public libraries, you will find a number of volunteer libraries around the state. Get a library card and discover a world of possibilities.

The archivists at the Oklahoma Department of Libraries digitized 363 newsletters from 1943 to 1978 for you to view online. The bulletins published by the Oklahoma State Department of Health contain timely articles related to public health of interest to both the professional health worker and everyday citizens.

Share your library news, stories, and updates. We want to hear stories from library patrons and staff. Send us info about upcoming or successful events, interesting programs, outstanding service, helpful resources, LSTA and community projects, staff shout-outs, and other items of interest. We'd love to share your library stories.

 


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The Legal Information for Oklahoma initiative seeks to collect, organize, and promote access to resources related to the Oklahoma legal system. View resources for Library Staff and guidance for Library Patrons.

Three Brainfuse services are available to all Oklahomans for free: HelpNow, JobNow, and VetNow. You can get help with homework, tutoring, job search and resume building, support for navigating VA benefits, and more.

ODL provides access to many books, audiobooks, videos, and other materials to patrons through their local public libraries. Patrons can borrow a resource that is rare or unavailable at their local library and it ships to them for free. 


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Last Modified on Jun 04, 2024