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The Southern Oklahoma Library System (SOLS) Digital Bookmobile is coming to a community near you.
The Bookmobile will allow patrons in rural communities’ access to multiple digital resources including Wi-Fi access, computers for use, items to check out, and the ability to sign up for a library card.
The Digital Bookmobile will be travelling to outlying communities every Friday beginning January 8, 2021.
“Thanks to a grant through the Oklahoma Department of Libraries, SOLS will be able to focus on digital inclusion,” said Executive Director Gail Oehler. “Especially in our rural communities.”
The Oklahoma Department of Libraries (ODL) awarded a $12,100 Digital Inclusion grant to the Southern Oklahoma Library System (SOLS) to help expand access to digital information and resources south central Oklahoma.
The Southern Oklahoma Library System is one of 50 institutions to receive the grant from ODL courtesy of the Federal CARES Act and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
You can find the Digital Bookmobile schedule below or visit our website www.southernoklibrarysystem.org.
Look for the white van parked at community centers and city halls select Fridays throughout January and February.
January 8th and January 29, 2021 – Caney at 10:00 AM, Wapanuka at 1:00 PM, and Milburn at 3:00 PM.
January 15th and February 5, 2021 – Thackerville at 10:00 AM and Ratliff City at 1:30 PM.
January 22nd and February 12, 2021 – Stringtown at 10:00 AM, Mill Creek at 1:30 PM, and Dickson at 3:30 PM.
With a SOLS library card, patrons can access computers, high speed wireless Internet, eBooks, audio books, numerous magazines, DVDs, 3D Printers, and over 200,000 printed materials. Computer classes, children’s story times, summer reading programs, databases, popular websites, author tours, book clubs, homework assistance and tutoring, do-it-yourself programs, comprehensive microfilm archives of local newspapers, research, and community outreach events are offered to residents and library patrons.
Visit one of our eight library branches in Ardmore, Atoka, Davis, Healdton, Marietta, Sulphur, Tishomingo, and Wilson.