Welcome to OU's School of Library and Information Studies, the only American Library Association accredited program in the state of Oklahoma! (continuing accreditation)



New in SLIS

New Course for Fall 2017!


Makerspaces: Theory and Practice
This course will be wildly popular so be sure to register early to guarantee a seat. 


Link to Makerspaces flyer



New Revised Admissions Requirements!
After a review of admissions requirements of all ALA Accredited LIS master's programs in the U.S., OU SLIS has revised our requirements to no longer require the G.R.E. Please visit our Admissions page for more information and to apply!              




Now Easier to Schedule Online Program!
In response to student needs for a more accessible online program, the OU SLIS master's core courses will now all be available online each fall and spring term. Elective courses will continue to be offered in a mixture of online, on-campus, and hybrid formats.
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OU SLIS in the Process of Identifying Strategic Directions

We are going through a strategic planning process to identify the strategic direction of the School for the coming decade. Understanding the needs of the communities we serve is an important part of our planning. We welcome your input and will be having an open Town Hall Meeting at the Oklahoma Library Association conference to be held in Norman, OK on April 25. For more information, please contact Susan Burke.


Makerspaces for Community Engagement

SLIS professors Kyungwon Koh (moderator) and June Abbas (one of the speakers) are giving the ALISE Webinar Makerspaces in Libraries: Creating Change through Active Partnerships with Communities on May 3, 2017. Participation is limited so register now to guarantee your place!