Education Resources

Attend classes for GED, high school equivalency, or English as a Learned Language (ELL).  Take GED or HiSET exams.

Volunteer tutors assist with Adult Basic Education (ABE), English as a Learned Language (ELL), Citizenship tutoring and preparation, and computer literacy.

Free online training classes on a variety of topics. Check out the everyday life, basic math, and computer training sections.

Comprehensive online collections of 375 full text databases, a collection of 600,000-plus ebooks, subject indexes, point-of-care medical references, portfolio of journals and magazines and an array of historical digital archives.

To access, use your library card number and phone number to login to the library catalog.  Then, use the links to EBSCO in the "Electronic Resources" section catalog to access the databases.

Over 60,000 free ebooks and kindle books to download or read online.  Lots of classic works and those who are now in the public domain.  Search, browse bookshelves by genre or subject, or see the top 100 books downloaded this month.

Information and resources about homeschooling provided by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.

Visit Oklahoma Department of Safety's website to find PDF printable copies of commercial and non-commercial driver manuals.  Non-commercial manuals may be available at the tag agency.  Or we can print them at the library for 0.10 cents per page. (cash only, please)