Research & More
These databases, resources and learning platforms are full of journals, info and articles on a range of subjects for all ages. You can use most of these resources both in the library and from a remote location.
For some resources, you can get access away from the library and may need a special login. Contact a librarian at 580-223-3164 for help.
Access HeritageQuest only at a SOLS branch
Primary sources, local and family histories, research guides, census maps, and more. Discover the amazing history of you.
Access Ancestry only at a SOLS branch
Understand your family history and explore your family tree. Every family has a story - start discovering yours.
Access Fold3 only at a SOLS branch
U.S. military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served.
Facts & More
Reference source that combines the contents of an encyclopedia, a dictionary, an atlas, and almanacs loaded with statistics, facts, and historical records.
HelpNow has free online homework help including “live” tutors from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. Get one-on-one homework help, skills building, test prep, and writing guidance.
JobNow - Get help in every step of the job search process including job searching, resume templates, professional resume review, and live interview coaching.
VetNow supports veterans, active military, and their families with navigating the VA benefits system. Also get academic tutoring and career transition help. Talk with someone who understands.
Online Resume Builder
Easily create professional resumes in minutes! The easy-to-use format means you’ll be good-to-go in no time without needing any extra help.
Subscribe and participate in book clubs virtually. Sign up for one or many book clubs, depending on what you like to read.
Value Line provides investment research on companies, industries, and markets. Coverage of 1,700 stocks and full industry reports.
Culture, demographics, money, points of interest, and travel essentials. Maps, photographs. For remote access, you’ll need a library card.
Maps & More
Many different kinds of maps. Plus lesson plans, games, glossaries. They add new maps every month. For remote access, you’ll need a library card.
For patients and their families and friends. Information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in a language you can understand. Reliable, up-to-date, free.
Statewide databases, archives, historic images, territorial records, Oklahoma almanacs, confederate pension records, and more from the Oklahoma Department of Libraries.
Find and research new business opportunities, CEOs, companies, news, addresses, numbers, job, market research. You’ll need a library card for remote access.
Search the world’s libraries
A huge catalog where you can find books and other library materials from around the world. Search for books, music, video, articles and more from libraries near and far.