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About

The American Electric Power/Public Service Company of Oklahoma Foundation Digital Literacy Lab is a creator-focused working space for the customers of Tulsa City-County Library that was opened in October of 2016. Library visitors may use the Digital Literacy Lab to develop new apps and software skills, try out new pieces of equipment, digitize family history, and more. We provide Orientations twice monthly for the Digital Literacy Lab, along with special programs and classes throughout the year geared towards all ages.

2019 Library of the Future Award

Tulsa City-County Library received the 2019 Library of the Future Award, sponsored by the American Library Association and Information Today Inc. TCCL was selected for its innovative Digital Literacy Lab. This annual award is designed to recognize innovative planning, applications, or development of focused customer support relating to information technology in libraries.

Orientations

Are you new to the Digital Literacy Lab?

All users are required to attend either a Digital Literacy Lab Orientation or DIY Digitization class before using the Digital Literacy Lab. Visit our Library Event Guide for a list of upcoming Digital Literacy Lab events and Orientations! 

Digital Literacy Lab Orientations are offered twice monthly. DIY Digitization classes are offered once a month.

Digital Literacy Lab Updates

Current Newsletter

November 4, 2019: https://conta.cc/2WFMwwp

Past Newsletters

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a cost to use the Digital Literacy Lab?

There is no cost to use the Digital Literacy Lab and its equipment. Customers must provide their own materials – DVDs, gloves, etc.

When do you have Orientations?

Digital Literacy Lab staff host Digital Literacy Lab Orientations twice monthly. You can find our list of events in the Event Guide. You can register through our website or contact staff directly.

The Flight Simulator Orientation schedule can be found with Digital Literacy Lab staff. We typically offer 1-2 orientations daily Monday through Friday.

Can you teach me how to use (Photoshop, Final Cut Pro X, etc.)?

The Digital Literacy Lab is a self-directed working space. Staff will work to provide you with all the resources the library has at its disposal to assist you with your work. It is the responsibility of all our customers to learn how to use the resources and develop their own project ideas.

Want to learn how to edit a video in Final Cut Pro X, make a graphic with Adobe Illustrator, or learn 3D modeling? That and more can be discovered through the libraries online learning resources. Check out both Lynda.com and ArtistWorks and sign in with your card number and password to get started!

I love your resources, but I wish you had (equipment, software, programming, etc.)

If you have a suggestion, please speak with a Digital Literacy Lab staff member, and we will take your suggestions under consideration.

I'm with an organization/community group. Would it be possible to facilitate a program to utilize the Digital Literacy Lab for us?

We are always open to collaborating with our community in whatever ways we can. Contact us through email at DLL@tulsalibrary.org, and a staff member will get back with you to discuss your idea.