Requests for 2012-2013 Illiad Libraries



First Name Total Requests Received
Antlers Public Library 31
Apache Public Library 5
Beaver County Pioneer Library 17
Blackwell Public Library 3
Buffalo Public Library 92
Carnegie Public Library 2
Chandler Public Library 37
Chandler Watts Memorial Library 5
Chelsea Public Library 29
Cushing Public Library 9
Drumright Public Library 22
Elgin Community Library 9
Fairfax Public Library 3
Frederick Public library 23
Garland Smith Public Library 17
Gleason Memorial Library 36
Glover Spencer Memorial Library 3
Grace Pickens Public Library 7
Grandfield Public Library 4
Hennessey Public Library 14
Henryetta Public Library 91
Hinton Public Library 2
Inola Public Library 63
Kellyville Public Library 13
Kennedy Library of Konawa 3
Langley Public Library 13
Laverne Delphian Public Library 8
Locust Grove Public Library 11
Madill City County Library 22
Maysville Public Library 5
Medford Public Library 2
Meeker Public Library 7
Montfort & Allie B Jones Memorial Librar 95
Mounds Public Library 60
Newkirk Public Library 4
Nora Sparks Warren Memorial Library 38
Nowata City County Library 6
Okeene Public Library 85
Okemah Public Library 4
Olive Warner Memorial Library 4
Prague Public Library 3
Sayre Public Library 108
Soutar Memorial Library 11
Stroud Public Library 13
Thomas Wilhite Memorial Library 73
Tonkawa Public Library 55
Vinita Public Library 35
Walters Public Library 58
Watonga Public Library 22
Waurika Public Library 65
Will Rogers 52
Yale Public Library 12

Interlibrary Loan Down

Next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday(May 22nd, 23rd, 24th) we will be a non-supplier on OCLC.
The “Request item through Interlibrary Loan” button will not work on our Catalog (WorldCat Local).moving

Our Illiad computer is going to Dublin Ohio to live there.  You won’t know the difference.
Just want to give you a heads-up so you can order before that time if you need to.

Thanks for your patience.

New Library Materials

New books and magazines or journals will be held in Technical Services and partial cataloging will be performed but item holding records will not be created. This means these items cannot be checked out or routed. After the migration everything should be back to normal and it will be business as usual. Until then please feel free to use anything that is currently in our catalog.

Media/Library Mailings

4.0 Content Standards for Media Mail

4.1 Qualified Items

Only these items may be mailed at the Media Mail prices:

a. Books, including books issued to supplement other books, of at least eight printed pages, consisting wholly of reading matter or scholarly bibliography, or reading matter with incidental blank spaces for notations and containing no advertising matter other than incidental announcements of books. Advertising includes paid advertising and the publishers’ own advertising in display, classified, or editorial style.

b. 16-millimeter or narrower width films, which must be positive prints in final form for viewing, and catalogs of such films of 24 pages or more (at least 22 of which are printed). Films and film catalogs sent to or from commercial theaters do not qualify for the Media Mail price.

c. Printed music, whether in bound or sheet form.

d. Printed objective test materials and their accessories used by or on behalf of educational institutions to test ability, aptitude, achievement, interests, and other mental and personal qualities with or without answers, test scores, or identifying information recorded thereon in writing or by mark.

e. Sound recordings, including incidental announcements of recordings and guides or scripts prepared solely for use with such recordings. Video recordings and player piano rolls are classified as sound recordings.

f. Playscripts and manuscripts for books, periodicals, and music.

g. Printed educational reference charts designed to instruct or train individuals for improving or developing their capabilities. Each chart must be a single printed sheet of information designed for educational reference. The information on the chart, which may be printed on one or both sides of the sheet, must be conveyed primarily by graphs, diagrams, tables, or other nonnarrative matter. An educational reference chart is normally but not necessarily devoted to one subject. A chart on which the information is conveyed primarily by textual matter in a narrative form does not qualify as a printed educational reference chart for mailing at the Media Mail prices even if it includes graphs, diagrams, or tables. Examples of qualifying charts include maps produced primarily for educational reference, tables of mathematical or scientific equations, noun declensions or verb conjugations used in the study of languages, periodic table of elements, botanical or zoological tables, and other tables used in the study of science.

h. Loose-leaf pages and their binders consisting of medical information for distribution to doctors, hospitals, medical schools, and medical students.

i. Computer-readable media containing prerecorded information and guides or scripts prepared solely for use with such media.

The original USPS information is here

New interlibrary loan start link

This year OCLC is changing some things.

This means we will change a few things too.

Go here:   (Notice there is NO WWW. in the address)

When you search this catalog you will see our materials first.  To see if we own or someone else owns look at the green text.

We own this one:

We will refer to another library for this one:

Also you will see some new ways to filter your results in the left margin.

The only password needed is the one you use here:

From there it will be the same.

We are going to change over this summer as it looks now.

December 2013 everyone must have changed over or they will not be able to use our system.

This is just so you will know where we are headed.

Please if you have questions email or call us.

otisill AT

Toll Free 1-800–522-8116 (Ask for interlibrary loan)

Holiday Mail Stop

Holiday Mail Stop
December 7, 2012 – January 7, 2013

The Oklahoma Department of Libraries Interlibrary Loan Department will stop taking requests for things we do not own on November 16.  We will continue processing and mailing items we own until December 7, 2012. All interlibrary loan activity will cease December 7 and resume January 7, 2013.  Interlibrary loan requests will NOT be filled or referred between the above dates.  Interlibrary loan resumes on January 7, 2013. Couriers will still run.  Seasons Greetings from: Kitty, Ching, Linda, Arlene, Melecia, Sadie, Lana, Cynthia, Shalalah, and David.

Inter-library loan news and information