LRC Services Offered
See below for further details regarding all our services offered.
- Materials and Electronic Device Check-out
- Instructional Services
- Interlibrary Loans (ILL) (see below)
- LibGuides (Reference Guides)
- Online Databases (you must be logged into Moodle to access the Databases)
- Purchase Requests (see below)
- Reference Assistance (in-person/phone/via email - email@example.com or via Instant Messaging)
- Rooms Requests (see below)
- Writing Lab
- WOSC Archive
- Electronic Devices
- Video Games
ELECTRONIC DEVICE CHECK-OUT
Students in good standing may check-out any of the below devices. Come to the LRC Circulation Desk to check-out all electronic devices.
- CD Players
- Digital Cameras
- Raspberry Pi
- Video Recorders
Faculty and staff may check-out any of the above devices as well as:
- DVD Players
- Projector Screens
- Television Sets
- VHS Players
For more information please see the Electronic Device Circulation
Scanning Documents can be scanned in the LRC for free. Our scanner is OCR compatible.
INTERLIBRARY LOAN (ILL)
Books and periodicals not found in our collection may be obtained through our Interlibrary Loan service. Patrons in good standing with the Learning Resources Center have access to this service. The guidelines for using this service are outlined below. Within the last three weeks of the semester, only requests for periodicals will be accepted.
Any questions regarding ILL may be addressed to Suzanne Rooker 580-477-7944 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Materials That May Be Borrowed via ILL
- Circulating books
- Photocopies of periodical articles
Materials That May Not Be Borrowed via ILL
- Archival materials
- Audio Visual materials
- Dissertations and theses
- Entire issues of periodicals
- Genealogical materials
- Materials in high demand
- Rare and fragile materials
- Reference materials
The Learning Resources Center staff provides instructional services to the patrons of the LRC through formal and informal means. One on one and point of use instruction is given on a daily basis to patrons needing help finding information or help with computer programs. Assistance with research papers is available through our Writing Lab. Formal instruction in the use of the LRC is provided each semester at the request of instructors. Please see the staff at the circulation desk to schedule instruction requests or to make an appointment with the Writing Lab.
The OK-Share card system allows for borrowing privileges at participating OK-Share academic institutions. The home educational Institution and library issues the OK-Share card to their own eligible students, staff, or faculty members. For more information regarding this resource view the OK-Share Policy.
Patrons wanting to request the LRC purchase specific materias may fill out the Book and Material Purchase Request Form. The request will be sent to the LRC Director for review. If the material is not chosen to be purchased an explanatation will be emailed to the requesting patron. When the material has been purchased the requesting patron will be notified by email when the material is ready to be picked up.
Reference services are available during normal operating hours. Ready reference questions can be answered at the reference desk, over the phone, via email or through Instant Messaging on the LRC website. In depth research help may also be requested at the reference desk. Appointments can be made with any of the staff members to discuss research questions and information access on a particular subject. Please call 477-7770, stop by the reference desk to request an appointment, or send an email to the LRC Director, Suzanne Rooker email@example.com.
Alternatively for email contact information see this page: Email information
- Computer Labs
- Conference Room
- Group Study Rooms
- Reading Room (big screen tv & wii & dvd player available)
(To schedule the computer labs for class use or the conference room please contact the LRC Director at 580-477-7944. All other rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis.)