The Peggy Helmerich Library will be closed temporarily for light renovation. We anticipate the closure to last several weeks. During the closure, any items you have placed on hold will be sent to Hardesty Library.
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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 1954 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.
With all the thousands of books, movies, and albums being released these days, it’s impossible for our library to own everything. However, even if an item isn’t in the TCCL catalog, you may still be able to find a copy of it through our Mobius/Prospector service. Mobius and Prospector are regional partnerships of several library systems, including TCCL, that allow us to borrow materials from one another.
Whether you're a high school student making plans for after graduation or an adult wanting to go back to school, the library can help you with the process of getting into college. Our Education Guide, found on the Research tab of the library's home page, has a number of resources that can be found in the College Bound menu on the left side of the page. Some of the topics covered are:
You're in luck! The library has a database called Tulsa Organizations and Services (or TOS) which includes a wealth of information about Tulsa area groups and facilities, goverment agencies and departments, and other local resources. Included in the database is a list of public swimming pools, water playgrounds, and splash pads open in the Tulsa County area this summer.
Have you ever read a book that you enjoyed so much you just had to tell someone about it? Are you looking for a way to branch out from your typical reading tastes? Perhaps you just want to make some new friends who share your interest in books? Well, book discussion groups are a perfect way to accomplish any or all of these goals.