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20x20 at the Schusterman Library

October 2012

Emily Cook, College of Allied Health, “Occupational Therapy”

Lorri Craig, Medical Informatics, “Dutch Oven 101”

Kendall Craft, Human Relations, “A Child’s Cup Full”

Cortney Dennis, Student Affairs, “Why I Love the Tulsa State Fair”

Toni Hoberecht, Schusterman Library, “MythBusters: China”

Library Workshops

In order to reach as many people as possible, the OU Schusterman Library offers library instruction in different formats. These instruction approaches are designed to meet the needs of our diverse users.

Campus-wide workshops

These free, cross-disciplinary workshops are open to everyone, including the public. 

There are currently no workshops scheduled, but librarians are happy to meet with students, faculty or staff for individual consultations.

Muslim Journeys Bookshelf

A collection of 25 books and 4 DVDs exploring the people, places, histories, beliefs, and cultures of Muslims in the United States and around the world. The collection will be on display in the library's Arts and Information Gallery from October 21, 2013 through January 11th, 2014. The display also includes digital presentations and videos further exploring Muslim culture and the photography of Rodger Randle, Director of the OU Center for Studies in Democracy in Culture. View the complete list of bookshelf materials in the library's catalog at

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