A Look at How ODL Uses Federal Library Funds
Staff with the Institute of Museum and Library Services recently interviewed ODL Director Susan McVey on the department’s most recent five year plan for using federal library dollars in the Sooner State. Judy Tirey, Library Services and Technology Act Coordinator at ODL, also sat in on the interview. The IMLS blog post is part of a series highlighting how the individual states target their federal library funds to address particular needs and goals. Read the interview, and take a look at the state profile for Oklahoma on the IMLS website.
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.
Confederate Pension Records Index
ODL's Archives Division has revised and redesigned its index to the Confederate pension records held by ODL and the Oklahoma Historical Society. Download a copy of this index used by genealogists and researchers the world over (Adobe PDF, 164 pages, 5.2mb). For more information about the veterans and their records, see the Confederate Pension Index Cards Collection in Oklahoma Digital Prairie.
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