OLA Workshop: Digital Rights for All Types of Libraries
Join the Legislative committee and OKSL on May 20, 2014 at Bizzell Library on the OU Campus in Norman for a day of learning centered on digital rights for all types of libraries. The day will include speakers on topics of media, serials and general digitization projects and managing digital rights. You may register online or download the registration flyer. Deadline to register is May 13, 2014. Learn more . . .
Website changes coming!
On Tuesday, May 13 the Oklahoma Library Association will move its website to a new platform. While the new website will look very similar to the current one, you'll notice a number of changes in both appearance and functionality. Your current OLA username will remain the same, but the first time you log into your OLA account you will need to create a new password. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Webmaster.
Sequoyah Promotional Materials
Promotional materials for the 2015 masterlists are now available for download.
Sequoyah Book Award Winners for 2014
The Sequoyah committees are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Sequoyah Book Awards. Learn more . . .
Join an OLA Committee
Interested in getting more involved in your library association? To join an OLA Committee just fill out the Committee Preference Form. Your committee request goes straight to President-Elect Shari Clifton, who makes committee assignments. It's easy and quick! Learn more . . .
Sequoyah Masterlists for 2015 are now available
Oklahoma Digital Collections
Michele Seikel and Tabitha Manners of the University & College Division have prepared a list of Digital Collections available from Oklahoma libraries. They provide a brief description and the URL.
OLA Store now Online!
The OLA Store is now open for business -- ONLINE! Looking for a t-shirt? Or a mug? Or maybe a case for that new tablet you just bought? Show your support for OLA and Oklahoma's libraries by purchasing these products and much more, all branded with the OLA logo. More information . . .
The mission of the Oklahoma Library Association is to strengthen the quality of
libraries, library services and librarianship in Oklahoma.