research

I'd Like To See What Was In The National News On The Day I Was Born. Where Can I Find Those Headlines?

We have access to a New York Times database that allows you to view the newspaper page by page on any given publication date from 1851-2013. This resource can be found by selecting the Alphabetical List of Resources in the library's Research and Learn tab. Under the N section of the list, you'll see two entries for the New York Times.

I Need To Pay A Traffic Ticket, Apply For A Passport, And Find Parking For My Upcoming Jury Duty. Where Can I Go To Find This Information?

Maneuvering through the various city, county and federal courts in Tulsa can be a bit tricky, since they are located in different buildings, and it's not always obvious which agency handles what. To help you find your way through the system, our Research Center and Tulsa Organizations & Services Office has put together a resource called Navigating the Courts. To find this page, click on the Research & Learn tab on the library's home page and look for it listed in the Research by Subject box.

I'd Like To Start A Nonprofit Organization, But Don't Know All Of The Steps Involved. Where Can I Find Help Getting It Up And Running?

The library's Research Center has a wealth of information on starting and operating nonprofits. If you go to our Research & Learn tab on the home page, you'll find a link for the Nonprofit Resource Center in the Research by Subject column.

I'd Like To Start A Nonprofit Organization, But Don't Know All Of The Steps Involved. Where Can I Find Help Getting It Up And Running?

The library's Research Center has a wealth of information on starting and operating nonprofits. If you go to our Research & Learn tab on the home page, you'll find a link for the Nonprofit Resource Center in the Research by Subject column.

Research Redesign--Take Our Survey!

The Research Center of the Tulsa City-County Library has embarked on a project to develop the services of this department to better meet the needs of our community. 

Today we ask for your participation via this survey so that we might gain a better understanding of your needs and/or those of your organization, clients and customers. 
 

For this project, the library is using a design process for creating positive social change in the Tulsa community called Human Centered Design. 

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