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The Tulsa library has access to two separate services, Overdrive and Freading, that can be used to download ebooks and digital audiobooks on your ereader, tablet, computer, or smart phone. To get started, first go to our Ebooks, Audiobooks and More page. On this page, you’ll find four boxes.
Whether you're interested in the people of the 20th Century or 20 centuries ago, we've got you covered. The library has two databases that allow you to learn about the life, culture and events of the past. Daily Life through History is a comprehensive source for information from the beginning of recorded history to the present, while Pop Culture Universe focuses on the fads, trends, and news of the last hundred years.
We have access to a variety of standards in our Research Center. You can see a list of the available standards on this handy guide. To find the guide from our home page, go to the Research & Learn tab, then look under the Research by Subject list for the link to Standards.
Every year as part of recognition and gratitude for their service, restaurants and businesses offer free meals and discounts for veterans and active-duty service members. However, we do not have to wait until November 11 to honor our veterans and service members. The Tulsa City-County Library has compiled Veteran Resources to assist veterans, active-duty service members, families, caregivers or anyone interested in supporting our troops.