Library Media Center
- Due to renovations on the Wilburton campus, Library services are available in Johnston Hall 126.
- The EOSC Library in Wilburton will follow regularly scheduled hours, as seen below.
- A librarian will be available for help Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Johnston Hall 131. All other services will be by appointment during regular library hours. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the use the online form to schedule these appointments.
- The Library (due to construction) will be open to EOSC students and staff for academic assignment purposes only. No children or general public are allowed.
- Librarians are available for a Zoom meeting, if needed. Please email at email@example.com to schedule.
- All exam proctoring is conducted using Honorlock, a web-based remote test proctoring service. Visit the Exam Proctoring webpage to learn more. Students who do not have a webcam or Internet access can make an appointment for exam proctoring at the Library. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or use the online form to make an appointment or ask questions.
- Inter-library loan services will be very limited and available for students and employees only at this time. Additional time is needed for all ILL requests.
- The book stacks are also closed to all, except Library staff. If you need print resources for an assignment, please contact the Library at email@example.com or 918-465-1875 for assistance. These resources will also need extra time to process.
Student Success Begins with Information
The Library Media Center, located on the second and third floors of the Bill H. Hill Library Building in the center of campus, is truly a hub for information, technology, research and pleasure reading for Eastern students and staff. The library's collection has over 38,000 books in open stacks, and it subscribes to over 200 magazines and newspapers available to students in a comfortable reading area. The collection features an impressive number of materials concerning Native American culture and history.
When doing research, students have access to several online indexes linked below. Students who do not have a computer or reliable access to the internet can make an appointment to use the Library’s computer lab. Since the Library's card catalog is fully automated, research is easy.
The media center boasts of an interesting collection of art, most from former Eastern students. Some of the artists include Merlin Littlethunder, Connie Seabourn, Susan Thomas Reed, Teresa Terrell, Pam Kirkes and Anita Caldwell Jackson.
The professional staff, which includes two media specialists with masters in Library Science, are eager to help students at any time.
Library Appointment Request Form
The Library will be taking appointments during regularly scheduled hours. To ensure you have an appointment with a Librarian for help (this does not guarantee a computer station, sorry), please complete the form below. A Library staff member will respond via email to verify the appointment or to reschedule. Check the Library hours to ensure your request is for a time during which the Library is open.
Students who do not have a computer or reliable access to the internet can make an appointment for Honorlock exam proctoring, a web-based remote test proctoring service. More Honorlock information is available on the Exam Proctoring webpage.
Students who need to use the Library’s computer lab will use the Appointment Request Form to submit requests. A Library staff member will respond via email to verify the appointment or reschedule.
Appointments for ALL test proctoring must start at least two hours before the Library’s closing time.
Eastern Oklahoma State College does have limited proctoring appointments available for non-EOSC students who would like to have a test proctored on campus. This testing may include exams for other academic institutions; employment advancements (i.e. dental hygienist or food service safety); homeschooled students; or any exam where a proctor may be needed.
Eastern retains the right to deny anyone the utilization of proctoring services.
There is a $10 fee per test for non-EOSC students. After scheduling your appointment, submit payment online.
Test proctoring appointments are available on a limited basis and must start at least two hours before the library closing time.
For more information or to ask questions about test proctoring, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Maria Martinez at 918-465-1711.
Library Catalog & Reference
- EOSC Catalog - Search for a variety of materials such as books, ebooks, maps, videos, and much more.
- LibGuides - Research assistance, subject guides, tutorials and useful resources compiled by your friendly librarians.
Search Full Text Articles
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Gale's Opposing Viewpoints in Context
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EOSC Newspaper & Yearbook Archives
EOSC Newspaper Archives
During its early years as a mining school, EOSC printed the "Oklahoma Miner" with student and school news. The third issue was dated December 25, 1916, and it was published every two weeks. In 1932, a new student newspaper was established and titled the "Mountaineer," which offered stories on campus activities, faculty news, sports, and student government, along with advertising from Wilburton, McAlester, Hartshorne, and Idabel. The "Mountaineer" was published monthly or bi-monthly during the regular school year. In 1960, it won the Best All-Around Oklahoma Junior College Newspaper Award from the Oklahoma Collegiate Press Association. In January 1961, the school’s name was added to the publication’s title: the "Eastern A&M Mountaineer." With the final change in the institution’s name in 1967, the paper also received its final title change to the "Eastern Statesman." The print edition continued into the 2018-2019 school year as a member of the Oklahoma Collegiate Press Association, the Community College Journalism Association, the Student Press Law Center, and the Oklahoma Interscholastic Press Association. By 2021-2022, the publication shifted to online only where it provides local stories, campus news, sports, and entertainment.
EOSC Newspaper Archives at the Oklahoma Historical Society
EOSC Yearbook Archives
Copies of EOSC's "Mountaineer" Yearbooks are currently being digitized and will be available in the future.
The Multi-Media Center, located on the 3rd floor of the Bill H. Hill Library Building, offers a variety of services to faculty, staff, students and outside agents. Please contact Garrick Dobson, Multi-Media Communications Manager, for more information. If you should need any of the services listed below please submit an Audio/Visual Request Form.
Multi-Media Setups include:
ITV Meetings and Classes
PA Systems for meetings
Audio Visual Equipment
Repairs & Maintenance
Additional Services include:
For information concerning the schedules for ITV or Distance Learning Classes please contact Garrick Dobson at email@example.com.
Fall & Spring Hours
By Appointment Only During the Following Hours:
- Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
- Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Sunday: 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Fall & Spring Hours
By Appointment Only During the Following Hours:
- Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
- Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
By Appointment Only During the Following Hours
- Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
By Appointment Only, Call to Check Availability
- Main Office: 918.302.3607
Library Media Center - Hill Library, 2nd & 3rd Floors