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  1. Animal and Plant Life in Oklahoma (1917 ) by Oklahoma Geological Survey, 2009-10-21
  2. American Indian Resource Materials in the Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma
  3. A Guide to Regional Manuscript Collections in the Division of Manuscripts University of Oklahoma Library by A.M. Gibson, 1960
  4. Oklahoma. The Semicentennial of Statehood, 1907-1957. An Exhibition in the Library of Congress ... by Library of Congress., 1957
  6. Oklahoma [ATB OKLAHOMA] [Library Binding]
  7. A Guide to Regional Manuscript Collections in the Division of Manuscripts University of Oklahoma Library by A.M. Gibson, 1960-01-01
  8. Libraries and archives.(HISTORICAL NEWS AND NOTICES)(Louisiana State University Libraries, University of Oklahoma 's Carl Albert Congressional Research ... An article from: Journal of Southern History by Unavailable, 2009-11-01
  9. Statewide Performance Guidelines for Oklahoma Public Libraries by Res King, 1982-06
  10. One-Room School: Teaching in 1930s Western Oklahoma (Western Frontier Library) by Donna M., Ph.D. Stephens, 1990-11
  11. Beautiful Land (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Once Upon America) by Nancy Antle, 1997-01-01
  12. The South Central States: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, (Time-Life library of America) by Lawrence Goodwyn, 1967
  13. Guide to Manuscripts in the Western History Collections of the University of Oklahoma by Kristina L. Southwell, 2002-08
  14. The Oklahoma Experience Library State Resource Set by Carole Marsh, Debbie Stevens, 2001-09

41. Pioneer Library System Of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City University Libraries. Oklahoma State University Library. OSUOKCLibrary. University of oklahoma libraries. Go the Pioneer Library System Catalog.
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local libraries Metropolitan Library System Oklahoma Baptist University Library Oklahoma City Community College Library Oklahoma City University Libraries ... Go the Pioneer Library System Catalog

42. UNESCO Libraries Portal: Libraries/Academic/USA/Oklahoma
2001 Hits 24). University of oklahoma libraries http// Mon Nov 26 2001 Hits 14). University of Science
Updated: Thu Apr 10 2003, 16:47:43 Search Libraries Home Add Modify ... USA : Oklahoma (27 links) Links

43. Oklahoma Virtual Campuses, Virtual Libraries In SREB States
provides online services for Oklahoma learners of all ages, interlibrary loan services,and a statewide catalog that connects more than 500 oklahoma libraries.
Participates in Electronic Campus: Degree Programs: Yes Courses: Yes Library Services: No Initiative Oklahoma Electronic Campus Description Status Operational Initiative Oklahoma Library Technology Network Description Status Operational Return to Virtual campuses, virtual libraries in SREB states

44. OU Tulsa Services
Resources. The University of oklahoma libraries is the home libraryfor Norman degree OUTulsa faculty, students, and staff members.
OVID MDCONSULT ONLINE CATALOGS E-JOURNALS ... ANNOUNCEMENTS Norman Degree Students Health Science Center Degree Students Access to University of Oklahoma (Norman) Library Resources
Access to OU-Tulsa Library Resources
The University of Oklahoma Libraries is the home library for Norman degree OU-Tulsa faculty, students, and staff members. All users have full access to all University of Oklahoma Libraries services. Users need Internet access and OUNet IDs and Passwords prior to accessing library services and OUNet email. These IDs and passwords are the same as OUNet (Norman degree) email accounts. Access to OU-Tulsa Library Resources
Full access to all Schusterman resources is available without user IDs or passwords while using any OU-Tulsa Campus networked computers (computer labs, library and departmental computers). Bird Library resources are also available.

45. Directory Of History Of Medicine Collections (074)
History of Science Collections University of oklahoma libraries. 401 West BrooksStreet, Room 521 University of Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma 730196031.


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History of Science Collections
University of Oklahoma Libraries
401 West Brooks Street, Room 521
University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma 73019-6031 Marilyn Ogilvie, Curator

Kerry Magruder
Fax: (405) 325-7618 The 89,000 volumes include books and periodicals from incunabula through the 20th century, translations and critical editions, histories of science and specific sciences, histories of scientific institutions, textbooks, biographies, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and history of science and medicine journals. The rare book holdings are reasonably extensive in medicine, anatomy, and related areas. Particularly well-represented is the early modern period (Renaissance through the Enlightenment). There are also substantial portrait and slide collections. Access: Through a computer-generated Short-title Catalog ; the online library catalog (see address above); and The Catalogue of the History of Science Collections of the University of Oklahoma Libraries , 2 vols. (London: Mansell, 1976)

46. Rogers State University - Tradition. Innovation. Excellence
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Back Phone: (918) 343-7716
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Updated: 2/15/2002 Contact: for comments or questions

47. Circulation, Reserve, And Interlibrary Loan: Department Contacts, Policies And P
TITLE University of oklahoma libraries. Interlibrary Loan. DESCRIPTION InterlibraryLoan policy and guidelines at the University of oklahoma libraries.

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Circulation, Reserve, and Interlibrary Loan:
Departmental Contacts, Policies and Procedures
TITLE: California State University at Bakersfield. Circulation Policies DESCRIPTION: Covers circulation and interlibrary loan policies for faculty, staff, students, and non-CSUB patrons. E-MAIL: KEYWORDS: circulation, interlibrary loan, california state university, bakersfield
TITLE: METRO ILL Manual DESCRIPTION: Even though the manual was written in 1995 and for the METRO libraries only, it still provides a lot of reference information for interlibrary loan service, such as a list of document delivery services, ILL bibliographies, etc. KEYWORDS: interlibrary loan, metro libraries

48. Information Technology And Libraries, Vol 18, No 1
3.3 and LabExpert 3.3 (Altiris) Reviewed by DAVID CORBLY (, AssistantDirector for Library Systems, The University of oklahoma libraries.

49. Other Library Catalogs: Big 12 Libraries
Libraries Lincoln, NE. University of oklahoma libraries Norman, OK,University of Texas Libraries Austin, TX. toolbar Maintained by
Big 12 Libraries
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50. List Of Trans-Amigos Express Libraries By OCLC Symbol - Printable Version
OKB, Oklahoma Baptist University, 609, OKC. OKD, Oklahoma Departmentof Libraries, 604, OKC. OKU, University of oklahoma libraries, 605,OKC.
List of Trans-Amigos Express Libraries
By OCLC Symbol As of February 04, 2003 OCLC
The University Center (2nd site for No. Harris Montgomery CCD) HOU ACC Amarillo College AMA AFU University of Arkansas - Mullins Library LTR AHS Harding University - Brackett Library LTR AKC University of Central Arkansas - Torreyson Library LTR AKH Henderson State University - Huie Library LTR AKE Hendrix College (participating with University of Central Arkansas) LTR AKM University of Arkansas Medical Sciences LTR AKO Ouachita Baptist University - Riley-Hickingbotham Library (participates with Henderson State) LTR AKP Arkansas Tech University LTR AKU University of Arkansas - Little Rock, Ottenheimer Library LTR ALR University of Arksansas - Little Rock, Bowen School of Law LTR ANG Angelo State University ABI Arlington Public Library DAL ASB Lyon College LTR ASU Arkansas State University LTR CBD Criswell Center for Biblical Studies DAL CCA Corpus Christi Public Library SAT CDM Del Mar College SAT CQC Collin County Community College District DAL Dona Ana Branch Community College ELP New Braunfels Public Library SAT DB$ Laredo Public Library SAT DB@ Terrell Public Library DAL EDX St. Edward's University

51. Amigos Fellowship Recipients
Proposal A Survey of Select oklahoma libraries To Determine the Usefulnessof an Index to Oklahoma Periodicals (Amount Awarded $ 300).
Amigos Fellowship Recipients Cokie Anderson , Oklahoma State University Gina Minks , University of Tulsa Proposal: The Oklahoma Digital Statewide Feasibility Study of Available Resources (Amount Awarded: $ 1,580) Tobeylynn Birch , Alliant International University Proposal: Developing an International Perspective (Amount Awarded: $ 1,325) Thomas LaFleur , Laredo Community College Proposal: Determining the Best Practice in Bibliographic Instruction for a South Texas Community College Library (Amount Awarded: $ 1,145) Dale Sauter , Northwestern State University Proposal: Retrospective Conversion of Manual Records for Selected Materials Housed in the Cammie G. Henry Research Center into MARC-AMC Format (Amount Awarded: $ 1,211) Cesar Caballero , University of Texas at El Paso Proposal: Testing of Two Strategic Planning Models for Development of Electronic Resources in Academic Libraries (Amount Awarded: $ 1,400) Cecilia Aros Hunter Proposal: Preserving Photographs in a Digital World Seminar (Amount Awarded: $ 2,463)

52. Untitled Document
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... Oral Roberts University Oklahoma Libraries Ardmore Higher Education Center Cameron University Carl Albert State College East Central University ... Oklahoma Department of Libraries - the state library of Oklahoma Oklahoma Library Network (OLTNCAT) - simultaneous search of many public and academic libraries in Oklahoma Phillips Theological Seminary Rogers State University Rose State College Saint Gregory's University ... Western Oklahoma State College Other Libraries on the Web Association of Research Libraries Berkeley Digital Library's Libweb - an umbrella site listing over over 2,500 pages from libraries in over 70 countries. Library Spot - general reference sources Michigan State University Libraries - helpful online sites New York Public Library Library of Congress Northwestern University Library Catalog Oxford University ... Top of Page Questions or comments about the Library pages? Contact the

53. Frame A
ODL Online The Oklahoma Department of Libraries. Oklahoma BaptistArchives. Oklahoma University of oklahoma libraries. University
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54. OK
completed in 18 or 36 weeks. All books and videocassette tapes areavailable in oklahoma libraries. If your library does not carry
Javascript is either disabled or not supported by this browser. This page may not appear properly. North America Encyclopedia Geography Oklahoma History Unit Studies Hands On Sign Language Old Fashioned Clip-Art used on this page ... Home Oklahoma History Oklahoma History: A Unit Study ~ High School Daily/Weekly lesson plan set-up Chronology pages Art assignments Written assignments Map assignments Yearly updated booklist This curriculum counts for 1 credit in Oklahoma History and can be completed in 18 or 36 weeks. All books and videocassette tapes are available in Oklahoma libraries. If your library does not carry a specific book, the Interlibrary Loan Program is an excellent tool for acquiring books from other libraries. All books have been read and reread to screen out withcraft, new age ideas, profanity, and adult situations. Books with Christian themes are used whenever we can find them. Nonconsumable - Price ~ 12.00
Oklahoma History: A Unit Study ~ Elementary Daily/Weekly lesson plans Chronology pages Art assignments Written assignments Outline maps Interview sheets Community Awareness Sheets Yearly updated booklist This curriculum can be completed in 8 weeks. All books and videocassette tapes can be found in Oklahoma libraries, sometimes using the interlibrary loan Program.

55. Hoppa - Libraries In Oklahoma
Libraries in Oklahoma. Tulsa's Electronic Library. University of OklahomaLibraries. Norman, Libraries, Universities Metropolitan Library System.
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56. Selected Libraries
Oklahoma Department of Libraries. Oklahoma State University Library. Universityof oklahoma libraries. University of Texas at Austin Library Online.
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Administration of Justice Sources: Penn State University Library American University Library California Digital Library ... Yale University Library: Research Services and Collections
For Additional Resources: For Information on International Criminal Justice and Criminal Justice in selected countries go to my Comparative Criminal Justice Resources Page. For Information on Criminal Justice History go to my Criminal Justice History Resources Page. For Information on Planning, Research and Research Methods, Statistics, Selected Information and Statistics Sources, Writing and Writing Assistance, Studing and Learning, and Methods for Searching the Net go to my Page. For information on Native Americans go to to my Native American Criminal Justice Resources Page. For information on Victims, Victimology, Page.
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57. OU Law Library Catalogs
Catalogs. University of oklahoma libraries Catalog The University OPAC.The Oklahoma Department of Libraries has a web based catalog. If
OU College of Law Library Catalogs
Library Home Welcome Hours News ... Site Index Databases HeinOnline LegalTrac Lexis LORA ... Other Internet General Oklahoma Federal Catalogs ... Collections Law Home Students Faculty Alumni ... Law IT
University of Oklahoma Libraries Catalog
The University of Oklahoma Library Catalog may be accessed via the web. The catalog defaults to a quick search mode where you can enter your terms in a box and select where to search in the record. The complex search feature comes with drop down boxes that give the user an opportunity to construct many types of searches. If you have any questions about using this new version of the Online Public Access Catalog, see a librarian for help. The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Library Catalog may also be accessed via the web. Students, Faculty and Staff can also check Library Reserves . The Reserve Collection consists of course materials that professors have put on reserve (i.e., books, photocopies and journals) and items in high demand such as hornbooks, restatements and nutshells. Library Reserves are accessible through the OPAC.

by Karen RuppSerrano, University of oklahoma libraries INTRODUCTION In 1991, theReference and Interlibrary Loan departments of the University of Oklahoma
Rupp-Serrano, 'Departmental Libraries: Boon or Bane?', LIBRES v4n02-3 URL = LIBRES: Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal ISSN 1058-6768 August 28, 1994 Volume 4 Issue 2/3 Quarterly LIBRE4N2 RUPPSERR Departmental Libraries: Boon or Bane? by Karen Rupp-Serrano, University of Oklahoma Libraries INTRODUCTION In 1991, the Reference and Interlibrary Loan departments of the University of Oklahoma Libraries embarked on a project to determine the extent of "departmental" library collections on the University of Oklahoma's Norman campus. "Departmental" libraries are defined in this article as collections of materials such as books, serials or videos not supported by library funds. Rather, they are collections supported by various funding sources, including departmental funds or personal donations, and are maintained in a department. Often they are created to fill a need not met by the campus library, or to provide greater convenience and access to the faculty and students of the department. We knew from working with a variety of library patrons that a number of departmental library collections existed on campus, and that some were quite substantial. Since they are not supported by library funds, information about them is limited. We felt that gaining more knowledge of these collections would help us to better serve our patrons by offering them access to convenient campus resources which might not be provided through the Libraries' collections. GAINING AND PROVIDING ACCESS In the spring of 1991, a departmental library survey was sent to 96 academic and non-academic departments affiliated with the University of Oklahoma's Norman campus. This survey was designed to gather information on the following: 1. Does the department have a library? 2. What is the size of the library's collection, and what formats are represented? 3. Is the collection available for use, and by whom? 4. How is the collection managed and supported? 5. May the University Libraries refer patrons to the collection? Six weeks after the initial survey was mailed, a second copy was sent out to those departments which had not responded. A final telephone follow-up, conducted three weeks after the second survey, was made to those who still had not responded. Of the 83 departments responding to the survey, 36 indicated that they had a collection or library; of those, 20 indicated that they would welcome referrals from the University Libraries. In the summer and fall of 1991, those collections welcoming referrals were visited by the project's principal investigators. The visits proved interesting, as great variety was found in the size and quality of the collections. Some were quite extensive and well-maintained, while others obviously suffered from more than a little benign neglect. Based on information gathered in these visits to departmental collections, the University Libraries developed a database providing access to the holdings of collections welcoming referrals. The database is currently available in print format in the Interlibrary Loan and Reference departments of the main library, as well as in each branch library. The database is alphabetically arranged, and divided by type of material: journals, videos, and books. Information about each collection, including circulation policies,operating hours,availability of copiers and microform readers, and the like, is also included in the database. FORMAL COOPERATION: THE NEXT STEP In the spring of 1993, we were excited to learn through a subscription to LIBREF-L that we were not the only library interested in departmental libraries. Suzanne Bell, Computer Science Librarian at the Rochester Institute of Technology y, sent out an inquiry asking people for their experiences with departmental collections. She received 22 responses, and she summarized them, as well as discussion of the same issue from COLLDEV-L, on LIBREF-L on May 9, 1993. The summary told us that other libraries were attempting to do some of the same things we were doing, for many of the same reasons: increasing resources available to patrons; eliminating duplicate purchases; increasing convenience of some resources. Her summary also provided advice on the issue, Hearing about these experiences gave us the impetus we needed to take the next logical step in our project: the formalization of agreements between the University Libraries and some of the University of Oklahoma's departmental collections. We began this effort by first attempting to determine what, if any, savings could be realized by utilizing departmental collections. To do this, we analyzed Interlibrary Loan requests for the month of March 1993 to determine how many requests could have been filled through on-campus referrals to departmental collections. While realizing that this was just a portion of the picture, we knew that it could provide us with some figures to present to our supervisors. Extrapolating from Interlibrary Loan data, we projected that 3% of annual journal requests could be filled through on-campus referrals. While this does not seem like a very large number, Interlibrary Loan figures for our institution indicated that these referrals could result in a monetary savings of $3000 per year. Armed with figures, we proposed to our Head of Technical Services and Collection Development that the Libraries pursue formal agreements with the half dozen or so collections which could most often fulfill patron needs as identified through Interlibrary Loan requests. While no formal agreements have yet been made, we are happy to report that we have experienced a number of successes as a result of this project, and that we have a couple of collections interested in making their collections more accessible through the University Libraries. OU's Instructional Services Center has entered into discussions with the University Libraries via their sponsoring department, the College of Education, to make their holdings more accessible to the University community. Also, the Women's Studies department, which has a rather large book collection, is interested in placing records of their holdings into OU's OPAC. We are also happy to report that we have been able to make patron referrals to departmental collections and even to fill ILL lending requests with the cooperation of departmental collections. DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARIES: ISSUES AND RAMIFICATIONS While providing access to departmental library holdings may offer promise to the academic library community, it does not come without its problems, as well. The first problem is how to learn about such collections. Any attempt to do so, must be done carefully and in a non-threatening manner. For example, we found success by simply explaining that we were trying to learn more about such collections in an effort to provide patrons with access to materials we might not own, but which might be available to them. Another organization might have to rely on word-of-mouth to learn of departmental collections. Whatever information-gathering strategy is decided upon, however, it should be handled diplomatically as possible and it should have the support and knowledge of the library administration and library colleagues. That way, when the College of Engineering asks the Engineering Librarian about a "departmental library survey" they received in the mail, the librarian knows of the project and its goals and can explain the project and try to enlist their support. Once departmental libraries have been identified, the next problem is what to do about them. One could try to get departmental library resources and support transferred to the university library, but that is a path virtually guaranteed to make enemies of departments, rather than allies. So the "what to do" question will most likely revolve around ways to cooperate with departmental libraries to provide collection access. A couple of access options appear quite likely: creating a separate catalog or maintaining a database on the university's computing network; or putting brief records into the library's catalog. Each of these options has advantages and disadvantages. A separate database or catalog allows for customization and, if maintained by the department, eliminates the need to allocate library staff to the project; but it also means teaching patrons about yet another source to check when trying to determine whether the item they need is on campus, and it requires training of departmental staff. Brief records in the library catalog provide the ease of "one stop shopping" for patrons and ease of update for staff, especially if the library catalog is electronic; but there is a distinct lack of control in this approach, as the library will be dependent on the department for information regarding items which are lost or withdrawn, plus the library will have to allocate staff resources to the project. CONCLUSION Is the pursuit of access to departmental libraries worth it? A good question, one that we at the University of Oklahoma Libraries are still trying to answer. For academic libraries, we believe the answer is a qualified yes. Providing access to materials not owned by the university or college library is one more service to offer patrons at a time when there never seems to be enough of anything staff, materials, time to go around. But there is no denying that pursuing access to every collection on campus is not always in a library's best interests. For example, strong political winds often swirl around departmental libraries. These libraries may exist to fulfill needs not met by the campus library' they may exist as a convenience to the department; or they may exist as a symbol of the department's power. Pursuing such collections may, politically, be too risky for the library to consider. Also, some collections may not be worth pursuing because of their composition. Based on this project, we think that an academic library would not want to pursue access to a departmental library unless it was of reasonable size, held materials which would be of use to patrons (even if the holdings are primarily second copies of materials the library already owns), was well-organized, and had the staff needed to keep track of materials and to work in a liaison capacity with the academic library. The benefits to the departmental libraries appear to be relatively small. If they choose to allow access, they will see greater use and a higher risk of loss or mutilation. Higher traffic and tracking current materials means the staff will have less time to track new materials for the collection. Apart from the satisfaction of contributing to the academic community, there is not much in it for them. But while it is uncertain as to whether departmental libraries will be worthy of pursuit, one thing is certain: the creative pursuit of increased access, including efforts like this one, is likely to engage libraries for some time to come. To contact the authors/investigators: Karen Rupp-Serrano Social Sciences Librarian QB0305@UOKMVSA Carolyn Mahin Head, Access Services University of Oklahoma Libraries Norman, Oklahoma

59. NSU Library - Find Books
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A comprehensive record of the library's 300,000+ book and periodical holdings, this catalog is searchable by author, title, subject, keyword, or standard number. Location and availability are indicated for most items. More information...
Produced by the Oklahoma Library Technology Network, this catalog contains over 2.9 million records from more than 500 Oklahoma library sites. Items found here may be requested online to be borrowed through interlibrary loan. More information... OCLC's WorldCat database
This catalog includes over 40 million records of any type of material cataloged by OCLC member libraries worldwide. It includes manuscripts written as early as the 12th century. Items found here may be requested online to be borrowed through interlibrary loan, although rarer items may not be loaned by the owning library. More information... NSU Library Circulation Department
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