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Oklahoma State University Libraries

The Oklahoma State University Libraries exist as a resource to expand the learning potential of students and citizens of our state and to enhance the teaching and research capabilities of our faculty. The Edmon Low Library, which sits at the heart of campus, has served as the home of the main collection since 1953. The OSU Library has been a member of the prestigious Association of Research Libraries since 1962.

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Archives

Archives is dedicated to preserving state, local and university history. Special Collections holds selected and donated materials focusing on the history of Oklahoma State University, its employees and graduates. Rare books, manuscripts, photographs and research material related to Oklahoma women, history, politics, business and natural resources have also been acquired. The University Archives is the depository for all academic and administrative documents, official records and other materials related to the management, operations and mission of OSU. What we do: Digitize materials; Perform preventive preservation; Prepare materials for archival storage; Oversee management of University Records; House the Oklahoma Women’s Archives

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Open Textbook Incentive Program
The OSU Libraries Open Textbook Incentive Program encourages OSU faculty and instructors to explore the use of open textbooks and library resources as an alternative to traditional proprietary textbooks and course materials. Apply now!
First-Generation Student Mentorship
The OSU Library offers first-generation college freshmen jobs, mentorship and more.
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Open Textbook Incentive Program

The OSU Libraries Open Textbook Incentive Program encourages OSU faculty and instructors to explore the use of open textbooks and library resources as an alternative to traditional proprietary textbooks and course materials. Apply now!

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