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I need to pay a traffic ticket, apply for a passport, and find parking for my upcoming jury duty. Where can I go to find this information?

Maneuvering through the various city, county and federal courts in Tulsa can be a bit tricky, since they are located in different buildings, and it's not always obvious which agency handles what. To help you find your way through the system, our Research Center and Tulsa Organizations & Services Office has put together a resource called Navigating the Courts. To find this page, click on the Research & Learn tab on the library's home page and look for it listed in the Research by Subject box.

Prospect Research Using Library Tools

While grants are an important piece of the fundraising mosaic, cultivating individual donors is an equally crucial task for nonprofits. According to GrantSpace.org, individuals account for more than 75 percent of annual charitable giving.

Foundation Center Launches IssueLab: More than 11,000 free research publications for nonprofits

The Foundation Center has launched the next generation of IssueLab, a web site that provides free and open access to resources that analyze the world's most pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges and their potential solutions. The platform contains more than 11,000 documents and represents one of the largest collections of social sector knowledge, spanning 40 issues areas, from agriculture to immigration to welfare.

IssueLab's features include:

I own a small business and need to do some market research, but we don't have the time or the staff to do it effectively ourselves. Can the library help me with this type of research?

Yes we can, with a service called Research Wizard. Research Wizard is a specialized fee-based service that can help companies with in-depth research needs, such as market research, industry analysis, information on competitors, and more. This service is part of the library's Research Center, and is located on the 4th floor of the Central Library.

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