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Services Provided By Tulsa City County Library

The library’s research department is available to answer your questions via phone, email, text, Instant Messaging (IM), and live chat.

Homebound Service
Any Tulsa County resident who is physically unable to visit the library may apply to have materials delivered to his or her home.

Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Service
Free, one-on-one tutoring is available to adults (age 16 and over) who wish to improve their reading skills. For more information, contact the Library’s literacy office at 918-549-7400.

Assistive Listening Devices
Available for use in many library meeting spaces. For more information, call 918-549-7323.



Other Services

Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
OLBPH provides free library service to Oklahomans have low or no vision, a learning disability, or a physical limitation that makes it difficult to make use of standard printed material. Oklahoma City

The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges
The Center provides extensive programming opportunities for its members. To become a member, an individual’s primary disability must involve a mobility, dexterity, or sensory impairment. Tulsa

Ability Resources, Inc.
The mission of Ability Resources is to assist individuals with disabilities attain and maintain independence. Services include advocacy, benefits planning, advocacy, and more. Tulsa

The Learning Disabilities Association of Oklahoma
LDAO is a local affiliate of the National Learning Disabilities Association. This group advocates for the needs of those with learning disabilities through service, education, and collaborative projects. -->

Explanation of Filming Rights On Library Premises

No person has an absolute right to be on Library premises or to film such premises, the Library’s customers or Library staff. The Library’s filming policy [Onsite Media/ Film Requests] is accessible online here:

State and federal case law clearly provide that public entities, such as the Tulsa City-County Library, may establish reasonable rules and policies governing the public’s use of their facilities. As to a public library, its powers to regulate patron behavior are not limited to cases of “actual disruption”. Rather courts have held that libraries may regulate activity by any person on library property in order to promote the safety of others as well as the efficient access of the public and staff to materials. Examples of regulations fulfilling these goals include, but are not limited to, requiring persons, while on library property, to be engaged in library associated activities as well as prohibiting harassment and any activities that create a nuisance to others. In addition, the Library reserves the right to pursue all civil and other criminal remedies available to it including, but not limited to, injunctive relief, protective orders and criminal prosecutions for harassment by telephone, social media and other electronic equipment.

The Library’s policy on filming within the Library is consistent with and designed to facilitate the foregoing goals and is clearly lawful. Should you so desire, your lawyer may contact the Library’s legal counsel as to this matter by submitting a written request to the Library’s Public Relations Office.