You’re Invited: 2014 First Amendment Congress
Freedom of Information Oklahoma and its partners will host the 15th Oklahoma First Amendment Congress on November 5 at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond. The day is designed for high school students and teachers, but anyone interested in helping our young people understand the First Amendment is welcome to attend. Download the details and plan to join us!
Archives and Records Commission
Agenda for the next Archives and Records Commission meeting is now available. The meeting will be held on October 16, 2014, at 10AM, in Room 412A of the State Capitol Building.
ODL’s Complete Confederate Pension Records Now Online
In 1915, Oklahoma’s Fifth Legislature approved a bill that proved pensions for disabled and indigent Confederate soldiers, sailors, and their widows. ODL’s complete application and pension files have now been added to Digital Prairie, joining the existing pension index files. Start your search here!
Registration Now Open for Fall Computer Classes
ODL’s Fall schedule is chock full of the training opportunities you’ve been asking for. Class topics include genealogy, social media services, presentation software, photo apps, and much more! The computer classes are open to all types of librarians and adult literacy providers. Check out the schedule and reserve your spot!
Fall Librarian Certification Courses Quarterly Meeting
Public Library Data for 2013 Now Available
Each year, every library in Oklahoma is required to report detailed statistics on its services, activities and staff. for more details. Just visit our Public Library Annual Reports page.
See the Latest Additions to ODL's DVD Collection
Keep up with all the new DVD releases that ODL stocks (you can also determine whether what you want is available for checkout or reserve). Have that DVD list automatically appear in your email inbox or show up in your favorite web browser as it’s updated. Subscribe to our new RSS feed today!
Guide to Oklahoma's Online Native American Resources Now Available
A guide to websites and online resources offered by Oklahoma's Native American tribes is now available courtesy of ODL's U.S. Government Information Division. Interested citizens can visit ODL's Tribal Histories and Culture site for more information.
Surveyors: Order Corner Monument Records Online
Surveyors and survey firms no longer have to use ODL's fax or e-mail to order Corner Monument Records. Check out our new online order form.
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