School is back in session, and that means homework is on the horizon. Here are some resources to help your child study.

The library has multiple tools your child can use when it comes to doing homework and learning study skills. First, we have an online service called Homework Help Now, which provides online homework assistance with a live tutor for subjects like math, science, writing, and social studies. All tutors are certified and are available from 2-11pm daily. The resource also offers skill building exercises, flash card learning games, and even virtual study rooms that students can use to meet their friends online.

Guilty Pleasure by Cindy Hulsey

Every year I look forward to September; not just because I get that back-to-school longing, but because the big fall issues of the fashion magazines hit the newsstands.

Expand Your Mind by Cindy Hulsey

A few years ago I had the opportunity to hear Azar Nafisi speak at the University of Tulsa.

Get the latest business news at home!

Looking for the latest business news?  Check out these online resources available 24/7 with your library card.


Tulsa World  

Use this online source to locate full text Tulsa World articles from 1989 to the present, exclusive of paid advertisements.


The Oklahoman  

Get Involved!


Join Sherry S. Clark, program director of RSVP Tulsa, as she discusses the Tulsa County Family Safety Court Watch volunteer program. Court Watch uses volunteers to observe cases in the courts related to family safety and then provide feedback to participants and the community about the process, with the larger goal of increasing safety of victims and their children and improving accountability for abusers.



Wednesday, Sept. 2

12:30-2:30 pm

South Broken Arrow Library