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. Visit the Research Center on the third floor at the Central Library (Fifth Street and Denver Avenue) or access the resources remotely right here.
Centro Hispano está ubicado en la Biblioteca Regional Martin e incluye recursos de libros y programas en inglés y español. Aprende sobre la cultura hispana, la historia, los problemas actuales y los viajes; asistir a talleres gratuitos, oradores invitados, exhibiciones de arte, programas educativos y entretenimiento; y utilice recursos para ayudarlo a aprender inglés o español.
Nonprofit Resource Center
As a Funding Information Network partner of the Foundation Center, the Nonprofit Resource Center at TCCL provides visitors with free public access to the tools needed to form a nonprofit organization, search funding opportunities, write grant proposals and learn about the world of philanthropy. The Nonprofit Resource Center is located at the Central Library. The collection includes reference materials, circulating books, periodicals and access to databases such as Foundation Directory Online. The Nonprofit Resource Center is open and available to the public during regular library hours.
The Business Center brings together an assortment of working tools and learning opportunities for our community’s business customers at no charge for library card holders. Our resources include a variety of databases for market and industry research, tools for business planning, legal guides for business, and more.
Finding a job takes a lot of time, energy and commitment. It can be a full-time job itself! The Tulsa City-County Library can help you navigate through these challenging economic times. Find all the best job positions currently available. Learn how to craft the perfect resume. Prepare yourself for the interview process. You are sure to find everything you need right here.
Tulsa & Oklahoma History
To promote lifelong learning and contribute to a stronger community, Tulsa City-County Library collects, organizes, and preserves materials on the history of our area. We provide access to materials both online and in the Oklahoma Room. The Oklahoma Room is located on the 3rd floor of Central Library and is open to the public during regular library hours.
Thousands of maps, including aerial, geological, historical Tulsa and Oklahoma, as well as topographic, are available through the Research Center at Central Library.