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Attend colorful events for all ages. Enjoy free Wi-Fi at all library branches. Access internet computers with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher. Browse materials from 15 libraries and pick up at your favorite branch. Access digital resources like ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies, TV shows and free music. Explore information-rich databases like Ancestry, Universal Class, Law Depot and Mango Languages.

Libraries are for reading, technology, fun programs, and events; but we also offer services such as Wi-Fi, notary services, copy/fax/scan/print, 3D printers, public meeting rooms for reservation, and test proctoring. Contact your local library to find out which services are offered there and what dates or times they are available.

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LAPTOPS, HOTSPOTS, GAMES, FISHING POLES & MORE

EOLS Libraries all have something beyond books for you to borrow: board games, video games, ukuleles, cameras, tablets, sports and exercise equipment, telescopes…and the list goes on. Each branch has unique items, so call your local library to learn more! 

FAQ

Find answers for frequently asked questions here. Need more help? Please call us at 918-683-2846, or find contact info for your local branch here.

Individuals who live, work, go to school or own property in Adair, Cherokee, Delaware, McIntosh, Muskogee or Sequoyah counties are eligible for an EOLS library card. Individuals who live outside our service area should contact one of our libraries to obtain a library card.

HOW DO I GET A LIBRARY CARD ONLINE?

If you already have a card with the Eastern OK Library System and are unable to access our services please contact your local library for assistance.

To have immediate access to the library’s collection, complete this form. You will receive an e-mail shortly after submitting the online registration. Use the barcode number provided along with your self-selected 4-digit PIN to log into your account, access e-material and place holds.

HOW DO I GET A LIBRARY CARD IN-PERSON?

Visit your local EOLS library and show a proof of address (example: driver’s license, mail, bill) to register.

I'M NOT A RESIDENT. CAN I GET A CARD?

Citizens who pay ad valorem taxes in an EOLS service county qualify for a free library card, even if their primary residence is in another county. To register, visit an EOLS library and show a copy of a county tax assessor bill.

People who do not live or own property in an EOLS service county are non-residents and must pay $30 for a library card.

I'M A LOCAL COLLEGE STUDENT. CAN I GET A CARD?

Students who attend a school in an EOLS service county are eligible for a free library card.

Visit an EOLS library to register. Bring a proof of address (example: driver’s license, mail, bill) and a student ID.

WHAT IF I LOSE MY LIBRARY CARD?

Visit your library to get a new card. There is a $1 replacement fee. Keychain cards are also available for $1.

HOW MANY ITEMS CAN I CHECK OUT?

A total of 50 items may be checked out at one time. There is a seven DVD and seven video game maximum per card.

HOW MANY ITEMS CAN I CHECK OUT?

A total of 50 items may be checked out at one time. There is a seven DVD and seven video game maximum per card.

HOW LONG CAN I BORROW LIBRARY ITEMS?

Most library materials check out for 21 days.This includes books, audiobooks, and magazines. DVDs, video games, and non-traditional items check out for 7 days. Chromebooks and wi-fi hotspots check out for 8 days.

HOW DO I RENEW LIBRARY ITEMS?

You may renew items twice. You can renew by phone, in person, or online at My Account. Items cannot be renewed if a hold is placed on the title by another patron.

WHERE DO I RETURN LIBRARY ITEMS?

You may return library items to any of the 15 branches in the system except for wi-fi hotspots, Chromebooks and non-traditional items. Those devices must be returned to the library they were checked out at. Libraries have either outdoor drop-boxes near entrances, indoor drop-boxes in the foyer, or drive-up boxes in the parking lot, some have multiple types. You may also go inside to return items at the reference desk.