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1 OSU-Tulsa Library Virtual Tour 2009 Photography by Jason Lillie

2 The Oklahoma State University – Tulsa Library has the information you need!

3 “Welcome to the OSU-Tulsa Library” Beth Freeman, Library Director


5 Reference Desk Start at the Reference Desk where librarians are available to help you with your research needs. Reference Librarians can answer your questions in person, by phone, email, fax or instant message.

6 Circulation Desk Check out books here! You can renew your books by computer, by phone or in person.

7 Computers Computers are available for student use. More than 180 databases... most are full-text. Over 48,000 full-text journals. Most resources can be accessed from home.

8 Reference Collection A large collection of 3,000 plus print volumes and many electronic reference resources as well.

9 Photocopiers Photocopiers are located in the Copy Center as well as outside the Library. Journals on microfiche can be printed as well. ERIC Documents are on microfiche and online.

10 Library Instruction Lab Students can get hands on training in research and information literacy skills.

11 Group Study Rooms We encourage students to reserve Group Study Rooms when 2 or more students need to work together.

12 Leisure Reading Collection Check out best sellers and audio books!

13 New Books Books recently added to the collection.

14 Archives & Special Collections Oklahoma authors, Route 66 and Tulsa Race Riot materials.

15 Circulating Collection Over 140,000 print books are available for check out! Also, over 80,000 electronic books are available online!

16 Newspaper Collection Newspapers are available for leisure reading. Many more are available online.

17 Current Journal Collection You have access to thousands of journals via our website. A few titles are not available online and are subscribed to in print. Time, Newsweek, etc. are here for leisure reading.

18 Bound Journal Collection Older print journals and indexes are located here.

19 Curriculum Collection Arranged by subject area and then by publisher and age group.

20 Study Area View of Pond

21 Area for Quiet Reading and Study

22 Children’s Collection

23 Media Collection Over 2,000 videos and DVDs including popular motion pictures!

24 State Textbook Review Center Textbooks on review for adoption by the State of Oklahoma Department of Education. These books are annually reviewed by teachers.

25 The End Click Here to Return to Library WebpageHere

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