Foundation Directory Training

You are invited to join us on Thursday, February 13th from 3 to 4 pm in the library’s first floor computer lab for an introduction to the Foundation Directory Online Professional and Foundation Grants for Individuals. Both databases provide information about foundations, their grant-making interests, and application instructions.


Foundation Directory Training

The Dulaney-Browne Library will host a training session on using the Foundation Directory Online Professional on Thursday, February 13th from 3 to 4 pm in the library’s first floor computer classroom. Please feel free to join us.

Martin Luther King Day Weekend

The Dulaney-Browne Library will be closed Saturday, Sunday, and Monday for the Martin Luther King Day holiday. However, the library’s online resources will continue to be available from the website.

This is a great opportunity to take a break from studying and to participate in a service opportunity to help others.

Normal hours will resume at 7:30 am on Tuesday, January 21st.

Resource of the Month – WorldCat Local

WorldCat Local is a unique resource that combines information on the library’s collection of books, scores, and music; information from the OCLC WorldCat about holdings in libraries around the world, and links to some of the online content that the library subscribes to. It is a great way to search for books, scores, and music in our library and beyond. Call number, location, and status is available for items the library owns and the interlibrary button link is available to request items the library doesn’t own. (Online links and the interlibrary loan request button are only available on campus.)

Resources … on Oklahoma History

Librarians maintain a wide array of “Research Guides” on the library’s web page. One particularly useful guide is a page of links to online resource for researching Oklahoma History. This guide includes links to publications including the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, The Chronicles of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Today, and more newspapers, magazines, books, and maps available online or in the library. Bookmark it as a great starting place for all your Oklahoma research questions.