Browse this Guide for information about 5th floor Special Collections Exhibits
This guide provides a starting point for 1Ls looking for study aids that may assist them with their law school classes.
Resources for consumer behavior, corporate financial data, advertising spending, and industry and business news
This research guide provides information on where to find books, articles and primary resources on African and African American Studies.
A guide to resources available for graduates of OU and others who cannot access library resources as an OU student, staff, or faculty member.
The University of Oklahoma Libraries (OU Libraries) provides the Alternative Textbook Grant (ATG) to incentivize instructors to abandon commercial course materials in favor of those available to their students for free
Originally created for Dr. Brosnan's American West Class, Spring 2015. Includes environmental history.
This guide gives you a brief overview of the art on display in the Bizzell Memorial Library.
This guide provides research support in the area of art of the American west.
This guide contains recommended resources for arts business and entrepreneurship books, articles, and market and industry research. Includes a list of recommended arts administration journals and research tips for students.
The Bass Business History Collection began in 1955 with the purpose of collecting and preserving materials relating to the history of business and industry.
This guide is intended for students of British history, although some of the resources continue to the present day.
This guide will help you find primary and secondary source materials related to British history.
The resources listed throughout this guide are to help you on your research projects for Business Writing 2813.
This guide provides research support in the area of music.
This research guides provides instruction on how to generate citations on OU Libraries' databases.
Resources useful in the study of classics and letters.
Index of legislative information, including congressional publications from 1789 to the present, legislative histories for public laws dating back to 1970, testimony from congressional hearings, bill histories, the Congressional Record, etc.