POSSIBLE EVENT CANCELLATIONS:
With inclement weather approaching, there is a possibility that some library events will be cancelled.
Please contact the hosting library to verify event happenings or cancellations. Thank you for your understanding.
The Bookmobile will not run today, December 5, 2013
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Yes, the library does have access to the Tulsa County Land Records. Using these databases, you can look up residential and commercial properties by address, owner, subdivision, and more. You can also access the Land Records to find out information about your own property, such as square footage, year built, and tax details. If you are looking to buy a home, it's also a good resource to see if your potential new home has any existing liens before you buy.
InterLibrary Loan (ILL) is a service which borrows books, videos, sound recordings, microfilm, photocopies, etc. when the requested items are not available at any Tulsa City-County Library. We borrow items from many public, academic, and special libraries throughout the country.If a particular item is not owned by any of the Tulsa City-County Library locations, customers with a valid library card may use the ILL Service to request that the item be borrowed from another library system for their use.
Yes, the library has a database called the Auto Repair Reference Center that provides repair information from the Chilton Total Car Care Series. It covers vehicles from 1945 to the present, both domestic and imports. This info includes repair instructions, wiring schematics, technical bulletins, and labor time estimates. You can access the ARRC in our Research & Learn section via the Alphabetical List of Databases.
The library's Verbalearn database is a great way to learn new words and increase your language abilities. Verbalearn first tests what you know by asking a series of multiple choice questions about the definitions and synonyms of several words. As you answer the questions, it keeps track of which terms you've missed and which you've answered correctly. You can review the missed words via a study list to help you remember the new vocabulary.
Join us for Job Lab, a monthly open computer lab just for job seekers. Job Lab is offered at Martin Regional, Rudisill Regional, and Central Libraries. Upcoming dates for July:
Martin Regional Library, Computer Lab - 2601 S. Garnett Rd - July 18, 10 A.M.- Noon Central Library, Computer Training Room - 400 Civic Center July 25, 2-4 P.M. Rudisill Regional Library, Computer Lab - 1520 N. Hartford July 26, 1-3 P.M.