FAQs

Can I bring food and drinks into the Library?

Drinks with secure lids are allowed everywhere in the Library. Food is allowed in small portions in areas what are away from computers, printers, and the collection itself.  All patrons are expected to clean up after themselves and keep their workspaces clean. Any Library staff member may ask a patron to remove food from the Library at any time for any reason.

Can I reserve a room for group study?

The Library has three group study rooms for the use of OU-Tulsa students, residents, staff, and faculty. Rooms can be reserved for up to three hours a day. To schedule a room, please consult the AskHere Desk at (918) 660-3228, or ask a Library staff member.

How do I find full-text?

These video tutorials can help you locate full-text articles. If you need further assistance, please contact us.

Can you send me a PDF of this article?

We can send articles through our Interlibrary Loan service. This fast, free service allows OU-Tulsa students, residents, staff, and faculty to request any article or book at no charge.

Can I recommend a book for purchase by the Library?

Yes, book purchase recommendations can be submitted at bit.ly/schustermanbookrec.

Can members of the public use the Library?

The Schusterman Library is open to the public with certain restrictions. Visit our services for guest users page to discover the full range of services available.

What is OK-Share? Can I check out books at other campus libraries?

OK-Share is a cooperative agreement among Oklahoma institutions of higher education for sharing of library resources. Schusterman Library patrons with no overdue materials may obtain an OK-Share card at the Front Desk to use at other participating libraries. You can find further information and a list of participating libraries at OK-Share.

Where can I learn to use software?

Tulsa City County Library offers an excellent free service called Learning Express. Learning Express contains online tutorials on subjects such as computer skills (including Microsoft Office), some school subjects, college prep, GED, adult education, workplace skills, and more. It also offers practice tests for certain occupational exams, GED, ACT, SAT, reading skills, ASVAB, and more. You’ll need a Tulsa City County Library card to use this service.