Search the Library Catalog for over 100,000 print books and over 124,000+ electronic books online searchable by content notes and chapter headings). Search for new books, media, and location. Renew library books online, check patron information online, and place holds.
BOSS - Big Orange Search System - Search BOSS for books on your research topic. You can view what the OSU-Stillwater Library owns as well as other libraries in the OSU system. You may request that the book be sent to the OSU-Tulsa Library by clicking on the Send this book to my campus library feature. The book will be delivered by courier usually within a couple days.
Access over 70,000 electronic journal titles in full text from your office or home PC. Find specific journal in the Journals A-Z list. Access the appropriate database for individual articles.
Shorten your research time by simultaneously searching across almost all databases at once using a powerful new search tool. If you don't know where to start in your research this is a great portal to find quick results from a myriad of sources. The One Search search box can be found prominently displayed on the library homepage. Use the Advanced Search for a more focused search. Ask library staff for a demonstration.
Encourage your students to take advantage of online Resource Guides with references to books, encyclopedias, online electronic documents, websites, and pre-selected databases. If you have suggestions for content on these pages contact Mary Hujsak at (918 594-8453) or email@example.com.
Citation creation and management has never been easier with Refworks available for use through the OSU-Tulsa Library homepage. EndNote is available through the OSU-Stillwater Library homepage for download.
Faculty Research Assistance
Contact and set up an appointment with Tom Thorisch at 918 594-8146 or firstname.lastname@example.org for individual faculty research assistance, including database searching and tutorials, setting up search alerts and table of content notifications and special in-depth research tasks.
Interlibrary Loan / Document Delivery
The OSU-Tulsa Library can quickly obtain materials not available locally via Interlibrary Loan. Submit electronic requests using ILLIAD from the library homepage. For more information call Phil Parker at (918 594-8138) or email@example.com
Although many articles are available online, many in our collection are available only in paper. Any print article or book chapter owned by the Library will be made available electronically by request. Entire books can be pulled in advance and placed "on hold" at the Circulation Desk in the OSU-Tulsa Library. Document Delivery FAQs.
Laptops & Netbooks
Going to a conference? Need a laptop or Netbook for a presentation or to take notes? The library has 7 available for checkout to OSU-Tulsa faculty and staff for professional purposes. Reservations at least one week in advance is highly recommended. To make a reservation please call the circulation desk at (918 594-8130).
Course materials of all forms can be placed on physical or electronic reserve for student use. Electronic reserves greatly benefits those professors not using Desire2Learn or Webpages for course content. Call Lynn Wallace (918 594-8130) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Library workstations are intended to provide expanded access to research and educational resources for OSU-Tulsa
students, faculty, and staff. Please consult the Library Computer Policy for responsible workstation use and workstation printing.
OSU-Tulsa students are responsible for purchasing required texts for their classes. Libraries generally do not keep current copies of textbooks. Therefore students are strongly discouraged from requesting classroom textbooks through ILL.