Databases range from books and publications to research guides and reference journals.
To use the online databases in the reference area on the first floor of the LRC, you do not need to log in — just click on the "Library Databases" icon. If you are using computers in other campus labs, use your initials capitalized and your seven-digit student ID. Your password is your birthdate in eight digits. (For January, you would enter 01, for example.)
When logging into the databases from off-campus, students enter on the name line: your2initialsyourstudentid (network log-in)
When logging into the databases from off-campus, faculty and staff members enter:
name username (network log-in)
password regular network password
If you have questions about logging on to the databases, please call the reference desk at (405) 733-7543 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have problems with your student id number, please go by Enrollment Management in the Student Services Building or call (405) 733-7408.
To access the databases off campus, you must first log on to a campus computer each semester. If you are unable to come to campus, call the Reference Desk at 405-733-7543. Be prepared to provide your first and last name, student ID number and birthdate.
Books In Print
Books available from major publishers with reviews.
Through EBSCOhost or check our online catalog.
Search by subject or browse through the collection. 2012 books.
Gale Literary Index
Index to authors in all of Gale's publications covering literary criticism sources.
Includes poems, short stories, novels, essays, speeches, biographies and more.
American Accounting Association’s Financial Accounting Standard Board’s Accounting Standard Codification
For accounting students and faculty only.
Information on careers, including career assessment tests.
More than 7,000 university & college catalogs.
Database includes information about open stock companies.
Legal research database. For legal assistant students and faculty only.
News Digest, Today's Science, Issues & Controversies. A great source for fast facts or news from 1940 to the present. Great section on debate topics and controversial issues.
- Scribner Writers on GVRL
- Twayne's Authors on GVRL
- Gale Virtual Reference Library
- Literature Resources from Gale
- Gale Directory Library
- Literature Resource Center--Start here for Literary Research
- Literature Criticism Online
- National Geographic Virtual Library
Sample tests, i.e., ASVAB and ACT.
RSC Library online card catalog indexing the print books, electronic books and audiovisual materials (slides, video recordings, filmstrips, etc.).
Online Tutoring Center
Free Tutoring Assistance for Math, Science, and English. Only available through D2L.
Catalog to materials-libraries around the world.
Point-of-care reference resource designed to provide medical professionals with the best available evidence to support clinical decision-making.
Medical encyclopedia, information on health topics plus drugs and supplements.
MTS Lab Training
Clinical laboratory technology.
Nursing Reference Center
More than 4,300 documents include quick lessons, care sheets, nursing practice and skills, research instruments and legal cases.
Provides access to information from the National Library of Medicine about articles in the field of medicine. The database can be searched by subject, author or title.
Salem Reference Books: Medical Guide
Covers diseases, disorders, treatments, procedures, specialties, anatomy, biology and issues in an A-Z format.
Provides current information on countries.
Full-text periodical on current issues.
America's Historical Newspapers
News articles from 1690-2000 covering topics in government, politics, social issues, culture, literature, discoveries, inventions and more.
Scholarly articles from JSTOR's Arts & Sciences I and V Collections.
National Geographic Archives
Articles, photographs and maps since 1888.
The Oklahoman, Tulsa World, World News, plus, other national and international newspapers.
The largest daily newspaper in Oklahoma.
Online Electronic Journals
Full-text finder is a new state-of-the-art publication search service that is designed to replace the existing EBSCO A-to-Z Reader Site.
Includes two databases: Ethnic NewsWatch, a full-text collection of the newspapers, magazines and journals of the ethnic, minority and native press in Spanish and English; and ProQuest Historical Newspapers, The New York Times from 1851-2010.
Science Full Text Select
Full-text magazine and journal articles from scientific, technical, agricultural and applied mathematical journals.
Provides general full-text articles from newspapers, magazines, government documents and websites.
Includes 600 encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases and reference handbooks. Subject coverage is especially diverse and equipped to address all key disciplines.
Full text of one of America's most widely known encyclopedias.
Marquis Who's Who on the Web
Provides short biographical information of living people in various fields (1607-present).
Oxford English Dictionary
Accepted authority on the evolution of the English language over the last millennium.
Salem Reference Books: History
Almanacs, encyclopedias and other informational guides.