Oklahoma Library of Digital Resources

The Oklahoma Library of Digital Resources is an innovative initiative to provide Oklahoma educators with high-quality, interactive teaching resources. It launched in August 2016 with a collection of resources for 10 high school courses so teachers could incorporate digital learning opportunities into their lessons. Now there are 51 courses, pre-k through high school. Oklahoma teachers have curated the digital resources, and created sample lessons, ensuring the materials are aligned to the state’s new academic standards.

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Pre-K through 5th Grade
6th through 8th Grade
High School

Frequently Asked Questions

What are digital resources?

The resources within the Oklahoma Library of Digital Resources are high-quality digital content vetted by Oklahoma teachers and support Oklahoma Academic Standards. Examples include eBooks, short videos, documents, audio files and interactive online activities.

Who can use the Oklahoma Library of Digital Resources?

Anyone! While the library was created as a resource for Oklahoma educators, it is also accessible to parents and anyone who wants easy access to high-quality learning resources for children.

How much does it cost?

Most of the resources are free, although some —including some applications or eBooks — have a nominal charge.

Who is maintaining the Oklahoma Library of Digital Resources?

The Oklahoma State School Boards Association is maintaining the digital resources.

There are four teachers serving as content managers who will keep the courses current. When teachers are using the OKLDR courses and have a suggestion for a new digital resource, or notice a non-working link, they contact the contact manager.

Math Content Manager: Sarah Peffer
Science Content Manager
Social Studies Content Manager: Anne Beck
English/Language Arts Content Manager: Tawn Rundle

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Share Your Story

Are you using these digital resources in your classroom? Let us know! Email Christy Watson.

For more information, contact Ann Caine, OSSBA Director of Education Leadership.