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Get a Library Card to Use Our Remote Resources

To qualify for a free library card, someone in your household must live, work, go to school or pay property taxes in Tulsa County, or live, work or go to school within the city limits of Bixby, Broken Arrow, Collinsville, Glenpool, Jenks, Owasso, Sand Springs, Skiatook, Sperry or Tulsa. If you do not meet the requirements for a card, you may purchase one for $50 per household per year.

apply for a card online (This is the only available option while our buildings are closed.)

  • Once we reopen our libraries, we will mail your new card to your home address. In the meantime, browse through available remote resources listed on this page to enjoy using your card now!
  • After you receive your new card after we reopen, please bring it with you to any Tulsa City-County Library location to activate it. Please also bring a photo ID. If your photo ID does not show your current address, please bring a recently postmarked mail with your name and current address on it for proof of residency.

 English Application Spanish Application

Online Learning

Online Learning - Use your Tulsa City-County Library card to get professional online training; take no-credit courses on almost any imaginable topic; learn a new language; take music and voice lessons; and access practice exams and study guides to achieve your educational and career goals using Lynda.com, Universal Class, LearningExpress Library, Mango Languages and ArtistWorks for Libraries.

Go to Online Learning

TCCL Academy - Watch tutorials on how to use many of the TCCL databases like gale business, digital collections like hoopla, and other open source items like Google Docs.

Go to TCCL Academy

Digital Collections to Read, Listen and Watch

Read eBooks, Magazines and Newspapers - Browse our digital catalog of resources available to you remotely. This includes eBooks, magazines and newspapers available through digital services like CloudLibrary, Freading, Hoopla, Overdrive, PressReader, and RBdigital.

Listen to Audiobooks and Music - Listen to audiobooks and stream or download music from various resources, including CloudLibrary, Freegal, and OverDrive.

Watch Movies - Borrow movies and TV shows from Hoopla.

Browse all TCCL Digital Collections

Reading Recommendations and Resources

Your Next Great Read – Looking for your next great read?  Let us help! Get a personalized reading list created for you by TCCL staff members that focuses exclusively on digital content recommendations while our buildings are closed. Just fill out an online survey at the link below to help us understand your reading preferences, interests, and history, and we will develop a custom reading guide with suggested authors and titles you might enjoy. This service is free to Tulsa City-County Library cardholders and available for adults, teens and tweens.

Go to Your Next Great Read

NoveList - The premier readers' advisory resource - search among hundreds of thousands of popular fiction and readable nonfiction titles, and retrieve author read-alikes, book lists, book discussion guides, and more. All editorial content is crafted by librarians and reading authorities who are experts in the field.

Go to NoveList

Resources for Parents and Children

Kids Blog - Check out our Kids Blog for tips and ideas to support your child’s literacy and reading success! Go to the Kids Blog 

Find Great Books for Your Baby & Young Child - Beanstack is an online book recommendation service the library subscribes to so that you can find books for the entire family. Go to https://tulsalibrary.beanstack.org, and create an account and a reader profile for your child. Beanstack will suggest titles based on your child's interests and age! Go to Beanstack

Homework HelpNow Live Tutoring - Available daily 2-11 p.m. for grades kindergarten through college. Select your grade and subject from dropdown menus to connect via a chat session with a live tutor: Spanish-speaking tutors also are available at all levels. Tutors are background checked and chat sessions are monitored. Go to Homework HelpNow Live Tutoring

Genealogy Resources

Ancestry Library Edition - Contains genealogical information from 1.2 billion records in 3,000 databases. U.S. Federal Census from 1790, American Genealogical Biographical Index, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index are included. During this time while our buildings are closed, this resource is temporarily available remotely. Go to Ancestry Library Edition

The Genealogy Center of the Tulsa City-County Library is one of the largest genealogy collections in Oklahoma.  Along with a large collection of resources on Tulsa county and Oklahoma, the Center offers a comprehensive collection on many other states, primarily those states that follow the migration pattern of families who came to Oklahoma and the mid-west. Go to the Genealogy Center

Research Tools

The library has resources to meet your research needs. Find local history information in newspapers, maps, photos, directories and books from our Tulsa and Oklahoma history collections. Use our business database tools to create business plans, access company data and conduct market research. Get information for school projects, reports and research papers. 

Go to Research Services

Ask a Question

Ask a Question! - Need to know, but can’t find the answer? Ask Us! Our buildings may be closed but library staff are on hand to answer questions by phone, text, IM/chat or email. We are open for your remote business Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from 1-5 p.m.

Ask a Question!

Educational Resources

Coronavirus: A Book for Children

Coronavirus: A Book for Children
Published by Candlewick press, this informative and accessible guide for young readers defines the coronavirus, explains why everyday routines have been disrupted, and lays out how everyone can do their part to help. With child-appropriate answers and explanations, the book addresses key questions, like: How do you catch coronavirus and what happens if you have it? Why are people so worried about it? Is there a cure? Why do we have to stay home? What can I do to help? And what happens next? Go to https://candlewick.com to download the book for free or click on the link below.

Download Coronavirus: A Book for Children

Build A Reader (ages 0-5)

Build A Reader activities from TCCL for Birth through PreK and the adults in the lives. Go to Build A Reader

Kids Read (ages 5-12, elementary)

Visit TCCL's Kids Read to learn about programs, services, and resources for school-aged children to support their reading joy and growth. Go to Kids Read

DC Kids Camp
This fun program created by DC Comics helps parents engage kids at home. Parents can follow DC Kids’ Twitter and Instagram social channels to download kid-friendly, superhero-themed activities and previews of past and upcoming DC middle grade graphic novels to enjoy at home. The DC Kids social channels also feature entertaining videos from all-star authors and artists for parents and kids to watch together.

PBS Kids

Starfall for grades 1-3

Highlights Kids

Big List of Children's Authors Doing Online Read-Alouds & Activities

Storyline Online
Features SAG actors performing read-alouds.

Storytime from Space
Real astronauts read picture books from space!

Teach Your Monster to Read
For beginning readers and those who need a little help. Computer version is free, but mobile version has in-app purchases.

Tulsa Zoo 
Weekly online Storytime
: Live via Facebook on Wednesdays at 10 a.m.

Homework

Homework HelpNow Live Tutoring - Available daily 2-11 p.m. for grades kindergarten through college. Select your grade and subject from drop menus to connect via a chat session with a live tutor: Spanish-speaking tutors also are available at all levels. Tutors are background checked and chat sessions are monitored.

Go to Homework HelpNow Live Tutoring

Homework HelpNow Writing Lab - Upload your completed writing assignment and one of Homework HelpNow’s writing experts will analyze it and provide helpful comments, usually within two to three business days.

Go to Homework HelpNow Writing Lab

Homework HelpNow SkillSurfer - Stuck at home and have nothing to do? Need to practice what you learned? Ready to learn something new? Visit Homework HelpNow’s SkillSurfer for state and common-core aligned lessons, videos and interactive quizzes. Available 24/7.

Go to Homework HelpNow SkillSurfer

STEM

STEM Activities
A one-stop collection of free, at-home STEM activities from the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance.

Explore.org
Watch live webcams worldwide of animals in their natural habits. Also features mini-documentaries on nature and conservation.

Tulsa Zoo School
Features weekly theme and online activities with new daily content Monday-Friday at 10 a.m.

National Geographic Kids

Wonderstruck by BBC America

Project Explorer
Features virtual field trip videos from around the world. For grades 3-12.

Science Time from Space
Features basic science concepts taught by astronauts on board the International Space Station.

The Concord Consortium
Interactive STEM activities for grades K-12.

AtoZ World Food
Contains traditional recipes for 174 countries of the world in all course categories: appetizers, soups, salads, breads, main courses, side dishes, desserts and beverages. This tool also covers food culture for 174 countries of the world in six categories: national cuisine, regional cuisine, daily meals, dining etiquette, special occasion foods and food trivia. For grades 6-12.

Art

ArtistWorks 
With your TCCL library card get world-class music, voice and art instruction through self-paced video lessons taught by highly accomplished and Grammy Award-winning music and art professionals.

Draw Every Day with JJK
Features daily children’s drawing tutorial with author/illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka.

Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems from the Kennedy Center

Live daily drawing lesson with Steve Harpster, Harptoons Publishing via Facebook

Music

Chrome Music Lab 
Explore music and its connections to math, science and art.

ArtistWorks 
With your TCCL library card get world-class music, voice and art instruction through self-paced video lessons taught by highly accomplished and Grammy Award-winning music and art professionals.

Math

Funbrain Math Zone Free educational math games for grades pre-K through 8.

Topmarks Features math learning games by age group (ages 3-5, 5-7, 7-11, 11-14).

Learning Express for learners in grades 3-12. 

Mobile Applications

Bedtime Math
This free app for iPhone/iPad or Android features a daily mini-story with a fun math problem to solve. Available in English and Spanish.

SP: Dreamworks
This app gamifies reading in building-block, Minecraft-style challenges. Free with additional in-app purchases available.

Physical Activity

P.E. with Joe
Features daily online P.E. classes with Joe Wicks via YouTub

AskUs

Mental Health and Self-Care Resources

Mental Health

Free, statewide virtual support groups for first responders, frontline workers, the general population and parents.
Mental Health Association of Oklahoma Virtual Support Groups

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Manage Anxiety and Stress
Taking Care of Your Emotional Health
Helping Children Cope with Emergencies
Emergency Responders: Tips for Taking Care of Yourself

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
FACT SHEET:
Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health During an Infectious Disease Outbreak 

American Psychological Association
Pandemics: General Resources

American Psychiatric Association
Coronavirus and Mental Health: Taking Care of Ourselves During Infectious Disease Outbreaks 

Institute of Disaster Mental Health
Managing Stress in Anxious Times 

Anxiety and Depression Association of America
Coronavirus Anxiety: Helpful Expert Tips and Resources 

National Alliance on Mental Illness
Coronavirus: Mental Health Coping Strategies 

Georgetown University
Mental Health Resources for Nurses

How to Work Remotely During the Coronavirus Lockdown

Adjusting to Remote Work During the Coronavirus Crisis

Crisis Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1.800.273.8255

Domestic Violence Intervention Services Tulsa
Information and crisis line: 918.743.5763

Youth Services of Tulsa (YST)
YST Safe Place/Emergency Shelter
TEXT: The word SAFE to 44357 
CALL: 918.582.0061  

The Trevor Project
1
.866.488.7386

Self-Care

Health Benefits of Having a Routine
(Northwestern Medicine)

Time Management: 10 Strategies for Better Time Management
(University of Georgia)

Staying Physically Active during the Coronavirus Pandemic
(American College of Sports Medicine)

Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle Amidst COVID-19 Outbreak
(American Heart Association)

Ways to Manage and Cope With Stress
(National Alliance on Mental Illness)

Homeschooling and Schooling from Home | Databases & Online Tools and More!

Database | African American Experience [500 CE through Present Day]

Database African American Experience

Tags History, Humanities/Culture, Student Resources, Teacher Resources 

Grade Levels 4-12+

Description

  • Wide variety of materials available for instant use by students and educators about the African American Experience from historical to contemporary times.
  • The database is organized along a timeline starting with Africa & the Atlantic through Rise of Jim Crow, Urban Politics & the Shifting Landscape, and the New Millennium
  • Available 24/7
  • Full-Text

Great for …

  • Articles
  • Audio & Video content
  • Primary Source materials
  • Photographs, Images & Illustrations
  • Maps
  • Reference works
  • Speeches
  • Letters & Narratives

Special features

  • Translate: on-screen content to one of a dozen languages
  • Listen: content read aloud, in the language of your selection
  • Citations for all records
  • Filters to narrow searches
  • Explore by Historical Time Periods
  • Explore by Topic Centers

Export Options

  • Save to: Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox
  • Print
  • Email

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

More Information Video: How to Use the Database

Database | American Indian Experience [Precontact through Present Day]

Database American Indian Experience

Tags History, Humanities/Culture, Student Resources, Teacher Resources 

Grade Levels 4-12+

Description

  • Wide variety of full-text materials available for instant use by students and educators about the American Indian Experience from the historical to contemporary times.
  • The database is organized along a timeline starting with Early Native America, Precontact-1527 to Modern Native Nations, 1988–Present.
  • Information about specific tribes or nations easily found.
  • Available 24/7

Great for …

  • Articles [full-text]
  • Primary Source materials [full-text]
  • Photographs
  • Maps

Special features

  • Translate: on-screen content to one of a dozen languages
  • Listen: content read aloud, in the language of your selection
  • Citations for all records
  • Filters to narrow searches
  • Explore by Historical Time Period
  • Explore by Topic Centers

Export Options

  • Save to: Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox
  • Print
  • Email

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

More Information Video: How to Use the Database

Printable Database Card with special features, export options and more!

Database | Biography in Context [Contemporary & Historical]

Database Biography in Context

Tags Biography, History, Student Resources

Grade Levels 3-12+

Description

  • Contemporary and Historical individuals and groups
  • Full-text content from specialized encyclopedias, books, magazine articles and websites
  • Browse over 50 groups of People including:  Inventors, Athletes, Criminals, Actors, Musician, Writers and more
  • Person Search with Limiters of: Gender, Nationality, Ethnicity, Occupation, and more
  • Print, Audio, and Video content
  • Easy to use interface, is highly searchable
  • Available 24/7

Great for …

  • Primary Source materials [full-text]
  • Specialized encyclopedias [full-text]
  • Unique reference books [full-text]

Special features

  • Translate: on-screen content to one of a 40 languages
  • Listen: content read aloud, in English, Spanish & several other languages
  • Citations for all records in MLA, APA, Chicago and Harvard
  • Highlight & save sections of text
  • Filter searches by: Subject; Document Type; Publication Languages; Content Level
  • Filter searches to sources with Image or Video content
  • Filter by Content Level: Lexile; Accelerated Reader; or Guided Reading Levels
  • Font Size: Increase or Decrease on-screen content
  • Explore with links to related materials and subjects all within Biography In Context
  • Further Resources with links to books, articles, and websites

Export Options

  • Save to: Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive
  • Print
  • Email
  • Download a PDF
  • Citations can export to EasyBib, RefWorks, & more
  • Google Classroom: teachers may share content via the Classroom plugin

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

Printable Database Card with special features, export options and more

Database | Daily Life Through History [Essential Activities, Daily Living]

Database Daily Life Through History

Tags History, Humanities/Culture, Student Resources, Teacher Resources 

Grade Levels 4-12+

Description

  • Content from historical to contemporary times
  • Collection of resources including timelines depicting essential activities of daily living
  • Available 24/7
  • Full-Text

Great for …

  • Articles
  • Audio & Video content
  • Primary Source materials
  • Photographs, Images & Illustrations
  • Maps
  • Reference works
  • Speeches
  • Letters & Narratives

Special features

  • Translate: on-screen content to one of a dozen languages
  • Listen: content read aloud, in the language of your selection
  • Citations for all records
  • Filters to narrow searches
  • Explore by Historical Time Periods
  • Explore by Topic Centers

Export Options

  • Save to: Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox
  • Print
  • Email

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

More Information Video: How to Use the Database

Database | eLibrary [All Subjects Covered, Common Research Topics]]

Database eLibrary

Tags All Subjects, Articles, Books/Literature, Student Resources 

Grade Levels 4-12+

Description

  • Images, video, eBooks, and full-text articles from newspapers, magazines, scholarly journals, and more
  • Research Topics from Careers to Environmental Events, Performing & Visual Arts, Sports & Health, and more
  • Available 24/7
  • Full-Text Content from over 2,000 Sources

Great for …

  • Research Topics covering over 11,000 common assignments & research subjects
  • Articles
  • Images
  • Multimedia
  • Web resources
  • Transcripts

Special features

  • Citations for all records
  • Filters to narrow searches
  • Translate articles only
  • Listen
  • Primary or Scholarly Sources filter
  • Lexile Score filter
  • Link to a Google Classroom account - student or educator

Export Options

  • Save to cloud: Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive
  • Print
  • Email
  • Download PDF
  • Citations can export to EasyBib & NoodleTools

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

Database | Gale eBooks [Collection of Virtual Reference Resources]

Database Gale Virtual Reference Library

Tags Books/Literature, Student Resources

Grade Levels 6-12+

Description

  • A full-text one-stop-shop for credible online reference anytime, anywhere in eBook format
  • Subjects include art, business, education, engineering, general reference, health & medicine, humanities & social sciences, law, science, technology, and more.
  • Easy to use interface
  • Table of Contents for each book
  • Available 24/7

Great for …

  • Primary Source materials [full-text]
  • Specialized encyclopedias [full-text]
  • Unique reference books [full-text]

Special features

  • Translate: on-screen content to one of a 40 languages
  • Listen: content read aloud, in English, Spanish & several other languages
  • Citations for all records in MLA, APA, Chicago and Harvard
  • Highlight and save text sections
  • Filter searches by: Subject; Document Type; Publication Languages; Content Level
  • Filter searches to sources with Image or Video content
  • Filter by Content Level: Lexile; Accelerated Reader; or Guided Reading Levels
  • Font Size: Increase or Decrease on-screen content
  • Text or Book View

Export Options

  • Save to: Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive
  • Print
  • Email
  • Download a PDF
  • Citations can export to EasyBib, RefWorks, & more
  • Google Classroom: teachers may share content via the Classroom plugin

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

Printable Database Card with special features, export options and more!

Database | Issues & Controversies [Debate References & Resources]

Database Issues & Controversies

Tags Articles, News/Current Events, Student Resources 

Grade Levels 6-12+

Description

  • Hot topics in politics, government, business, education, and popular culture are updated weekly, with a 13-year backfile of in-depth articles. 
  • Search by Keyword, by Issues, or by Subjects
  • Available 24/7
  • Full-Text

Great for …

  • Articles
  • Primary Source materials
  • Audio & Video content
  • Court Cases
  • Infographics
  • Editorials
  • News
  • With each Issue: Pro/Con Articles, Chronologies, Statistics, Special Reports, and more
  • Tools for Educators from Lesson Plans, Assessing Student Speeches and Using Editorial Cartoons to Learning Through Debate
  • Tools for Students from Analyzing Your Sources to Presenting Your Research
  • National High School Debate Topics from 1997 and for each topic: Overview, Background, Pro/Con Articles, Chronology, Discussion Questions, and more

Special features

  • Create an account to access this full range of options:
  • Citations for all records
  • Filters to narrow searches
  • Translate articles only
  • Read Aloud articles only

Export Options

  • Create an account to access this full range of options:
  • Share to: Google Classroom
  • Print
  • Email
  • Download PDF

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

More Information Training Tools, including a Guide for Educators and an Overview Video

Database | Latino American Experience [1490s through Present Day]

Database Latino American Experience

Tags History, Humanities/Culture, Student Resources, Teacher Resources 

Grade Levels 4-12+

Description

  • History and culture of Latinos living in the United States from historical to contemporary times.
  • Content spans from the pre-Columbian Indigenous civilizations of the Americas to present-day U.S. Latinos. 
  • The database is organized along a timeline starting with the 1490s to the present day.
  • Available 24/7
  • Full-Text

Great for …

  • Articles
  • Audio & Video content
  • Primary Source materials
  • Photographs, Images & Illustrations
  • Maps
  • Reference works
  • Speeches
  • Letters & Narratives

Special features

  • Translate: on-screen content to one of a dozen languages
  • Listen: content read aloud, in the language of your selection
  • Citations for all records
  • Filters to narrow searches
  • Explore by Historical Time Periods
  • Explore by Topic Centers

Export Options

  • Save to: Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox
  • Print
  • Email

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

More Information Video: How to Use the Database

Database | LearningExpress [Education & Occupation Practice Tests]

Database LearningExpress

Tags Education/Learning, Student Resources

Grade Levels 3-12+

Description

  • Prepare for an exam, explore a new career path, and improve your basic writing, math, and computer skills.
  • Achieve your educational and career goals with online practice tests and study materials for occupation exams, GED, ACT, and SAT, reading skills, ASVAB and more. 
  • Account Registration Required, free with TCCL library card
    • Users must create personal accounts to save their work in progress, store score reports, and revisit any practice tests, tutorials, or eBooks.
    • Registration only requires a valid email address and a password.
  • Available 24/7

Great for …

  • Practice tests are based on real exams to help you gain confidence and knowledge regarding the type of material you need to know to succeed on real exams.
  • Structured courses & practice tests divided into various centers:
    • School Centers: Elementary, Middle, and High School
    • Career Preparation: Electrician, EMT, Nursing, Military, Real Estate, and more
    • High School Equivalency Center: GED Prep in English & Spanish
    • College Admissions Test Prep: ACT, SAT, AP, TOELF, PSAT
    • College Students: Grad School Admission, CLEP® 
    • Adult Core Skills: Math, Reading, Writing, U.S. Citizenship
    • Computer Skills Center
  • Each course can contain tests, ebooks, courses, tutorials, and articles

Special features

  • Each practice test varies in the number of questions, types of questions, and test length.
    • Clicking on the name of a test will display a detailed description of the test.
  • Some of the tests are practices for official examinations, such as the ACT® exam. For these types of resources, you’re provide the amount of time allotted for the official test.
    • By taking a timed test, you can learn how to pace yourself and not spend too much time on any one section, to help you prepare for the official exam.
  • Retake practice tests as often as you like
  • Test Modes
    • Learner: View the answers to test questions as you go along, to help you study
    • Practice: Displays time allotted for that test, but if the timer runs out you aren’t prevented from completing the test. The timer is intended to help you pace yourself in preparation for real testing situations.
    • Simulation: Simulates an actual testing environment, only available for practice tests that are based on official tests. In this mode you aren’t able to continue taking a test when the time is up.
  • For the hearing impaired, scripts are available for most audio components of tests and tutorials.
  • For the visually impaired using assistive technologies, all images and tables have corresponding Alt Tags that can be read by these devices.

Export Options

  • Save to:
  • Finish Later: If you can’t complete a test in one sitting, you have the ability to click the “Finish Later” button.
    • Finish your test at a later time through the “My Center” link, clicking the plus sign next to the test name, and then selecting “Resume Test.”
  • Ebooks can be downloaded
  • Print Test Scores

Access

  • Home, School, Work, All Libraries
  • Desktop computers
  • Android and iOS smartphones and tablets

More Information

  • LearningExpress Library - Learn Something New Introduction to the service, learn how to register for an account, take a quick tour of the service
  • Click Help when you’re logged into the resource and then click LearningExpress Video Guides

Database | Pop Culture Universe [1900s through the 2010s]

Database Pop Culture Universe

Tags Humanities/Culture, News/Current Events 

Grade Levels 5-12+

Description

  • An authoritative digital library of information on American and world popular culture, past and present without the bias, advertising, suggestive content, or questionable authorship of commercial or fan sites
  • Content from the 1900s Age of Innocence through the 1950s Cold War & Conformity to the Big 1980s and 2010s Social Revolution.
  • Learn about each time period through resources aligned with The Arts, Sports & Recreation, Everyday Life, and Communications
  • Available 24/7
  • Full-Text

Great for …

  • Articles
  • Audio & Video content
  • Primary Source materials
  • Photographs, Images & Illustrations
  • Maps
  • Reference works
  • Speeches
  • Letters & Narratives

Special features

  • Translate: on-screen content to one of a dozen languages
  • Listen: content read aloud, in the language of your selection
  • Citations for all records
  • Filters to narrow searches
  • Explore by Historical Time Periods
  • Explore by Topic Centers
  • Activity Worksheets

Export Options

  • Save to: Google Drive, Google Classroom, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox
  • Print
  • Email

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

More Information Video: How to Use the Database

Database | Universal Class [Self-Paced Learning, All Fields of Study]

Database Universal Class 

Tags All Subjects, Education/Learning, Jobs/Careers, Student Resources 

Grade Levels 8-12+

Description

  • Continuing education service designed specifically for use by public library patrons. 
  • Over 500 courses including those in GED, fitness, entrepreneurship, art and music, home and garden care, career training, cooking, computers and technology, health, homeschooling, job assistance, law, ESL, parenting, spiritual studies, pet care and more. 
  • Self-paced learning
  • Account Registration Required, free with TCCL library card
    • Users must create personal accounts to save their work in progress, store score reports, and revisit any practice tests, tutorials, or eBooks.
  • Registration only requires a valid email address and a password.
  • Available 24/7

Great for …

  • Courses include: lessons, exams, assignments, discussion boards, progress assessments, and learning outcomes
  • Popular courses include: Slack, Product Management, Acrylic Painting, Beginners Guide to Wine, Western Calligraphy, Collaboration Skills, Serial Killers, and more

Special features

  • Video Only Mode means no assignments or class participation
  • Normal Mode for those who want to earn CEUs, a certificate, and feedback assessment
  • CEUs and Certificates at course completion in Normal Mode learning

Export Options

  • Share achievements through various social media outlets

Access Home, School, Work, All Libraries

How to TCCL | Book Bundles from Your Neighborhood Library

Parents, do you need to keep your kiddo entertained during a rainy weekend? Educators, are you looking for a selection of books to help you complete a lesson or homework assignment? Our librarian-curated book bundles can help you meet these needs!

Many TCCL branches have book bundles on a variety of topics that you can check out, but you can also request specific, curated bundles from any TCCL location. Whether you need a bundle of books on a specific topic in 3 Minutes, 3 Hours, or 3 Days, TCCL is here to help!

There are many ways you can request book bundles, such as:

  • Calling the AskUs Hotline at 918-549-7323 

  • Texting ASKTCCL to 918-876-5533

  • Sending your local TCCL branch a Facebook message

Book Bundles are a great resource for educators AND voracious readers! Check out this quick video to learn about the benefits of this resource and how you can use it!

How to TCCL Book Bundles
How to TCCL: Book Bundles

 

Teaching & Education [PreK-12 Resources]

U.S. Government agencies are among the best resources for information. The Teaching & Education (PreK-12 Resources) research guide is packed with materials to assist all variety of educators.

Sorted by Oklahoma Academic Standard, the U.S. government’s vast digital collections include:

  • Primary sources

  • Artifacts

  • Lesson plans

  • Many other innovative online resources

Teaching & Education [PreK-12 Resources]