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Intellectual Freedom Committee Workshop

Registration is now open for the OLA Intellectual Freedom Committee's Spring Workshop "Defending Intellectual Freedom: The Basics and Beyond", scheduled for April 26, 2019 at the Moore Public Library. Come hear from experts on how to handle challenges and support the freedom to read in any library. The registration deadline is April 19, 2019. Learn more . . .

2019 Sequoyah Book Award Winners

Sequoyah Book Award LogoThe Sequoyah Committees are pleased to announce the winners of the Sequoyah Book Awards for 2019:

  • Children’s: A Dog Like Daisy by Kristin O'Donnell Tubb
  • Intermediate: Refugee by Alan Gratz
  • High School: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

The Donna Norvell Award winner is Can I Be Your Dog? by Troy Cummings.

More information about the awards is available on the Sequoyah page.

OLA Career Center

The OLA Career Center is now available. Using the Career Center, you may:

  • Search for current available openings in libraries
  • Post an opening if you have an available library position
  • Create a Resumé/CV from your member profile to be searchable by potential employers
  • Search Resumés/CVs posted by OLA members to find potential candidates
  • Subscribe to be notified by email when jobs are added to the OLA Career Center
Whether you're looking for a job or looking for an employee, the OLA Career Center is the place to start!

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The OLA Marketing Committee wants to help you promote what's happening in your library or OLA Committee! Use this form to send us the details of library news or upcoming events and we'll post about it on social media. Posts with images, videos, or links always get more attention, so send those as well!

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.


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