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Kerry Magruder, Curator; and JoAnn Palmeri, Librarian

Celebrating Constitution Day at OU

IACH Constitution Day Lecture and Government Documents Open House, Wednesday, September 17 Celebrate Constitution Day by attending the annual lecture sponsored by OU’s Institute for the American Constitutional Heritage (IACH). This year Professor Carl Richard of the University of Louisiana will … Continue reading

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OU Lynx

Announcing a new collaboration between the History of Science Collections and K12 educators: The OU Academy of the Lynx. Check out the blog, follow oulynx tweets, join the Galileo-L listserv, and explore the OU Lynx Educator Workspace. Our aim … Continue reading

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Posted in Exhibits and events, Learning resources, Who we are


We have begun a year-long renovation that will prepare us to launch a major exhibition in August, 2015, entitled Galileo’s World. Because of the renovation and preparations for Galileo’s World, we will not be able to offer tours or class … Continue reading

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“From the Vault” video resources

by Kerry Magruder, Curator A series of “From the vault” videos is now available on OU’s Janux platform and at the Janux site on YouTube. These short videos, filmed on location by NextThought in the OU History of Science Collections, … Continue reading

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BL5 Exhibitions and Displays

Bizzell Library, 5th floor, Exhibitions and Displays General info LibGuides Calendar Contact us – Visit Only 2 more weeks to see the Crossing Cultures exhibit and the Can’t Get Enough Sherlock? display!

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OU Libraries Top 10

See the OU Libraries youTube channel for more overview videos.

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Happy birthday, Mac!

Today is the 30th anniversary of the unveiling of Macintosh, the first computer to be marketed to a wide public with a mouse and windows-based user interface. All of our computers today are its heirs. To celebrate, stop by the … Continue reading

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