Media Center (8th-12th Grade)

Welcome to the Media Center!

Here you will find many resources and additional support materials. We are ready to help you as you learn, read, and create. Our libraries are places of curiosity, critical thinking, and discovery with thousands of books, e-books, audiobooks, and reference materials. We look forward to working with each of you this year!

Databases and Resources

Our library resource page has quick links to all of the databases provided by our district as well as the state of Oklahoma. You will also be able to access our Destiny Library Catalog and the collection of e-books and audiobooks. We have provided a link to Tulsa City-County Library for even more free resources. Please see your Library Media Specialist for username and password information.

Access the school's library collection as well as log-in to personal library accounts to place holds, utilize the One Search feature, access database links/passwords, and acquire personal information about items checked out, due dates, fines, etc. You're welcome to check out items from either library (East or West). Username: firstname.lastname, Password: Same as Chromebook or OPSyoureightdigitbirthdate (Ex: OPS06212003) *If the first option doesn't work, try: Username - ID#, Password - ID#


Melinda Gallagher
Library Media Specialist
OHS East | Ram Academy
This is Owasso High School's newest place to access eBooks and audiobooks for both campuses. Follow this link on your Chromebook, or download the Sora app from your app store. Then log-in using your Google log-in information.
Heather Shuck
Library Media Specialist
OHS West
Destiny Discover Destiny Discover - eBooks and Audiobooks
Access all of OHS's eBooks and audiobooks via Destiny Discover. The eBooks and audiobooks should be generally the same between the two campuses, but this version of Destiny Discover will also contain the print books located on the East campus. The usernames and passwords for Destiny Discover are the same as those for Destiny (see above).
Shauna Fender
Library Media Specialist
8th Grade Center
SIRS is designed for high school students, and it is great for argument writing and debates. Analysis and opinions cover the pros, cons, and everything in between of 345+ social, scientific, health, historic, economic, political, and global issues. SIRS contains thousands of hand-selected, authoritative newspaper and magazine articles, graphics, charts, maps, primary sources, government documents, websites, and multimedia. Critical thinking questions and timelines also help broaden student comprehension of each topic.
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Gale Databases Gale Databases
Access all of our Gale resources here, including Student Resources in Context, Gale Literary Sources, Literature Resource Center (LRC), and Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL). This access point also provides the opportunity to cross-search all of the Gale resources at once.
eBooks Search
 Gale eBooks Search
High School (Gale In Context)
An engaging student experience merges magazines, news, multimedia, and more.
Quick Search
Gale Power Search
Literature Resource Center (Gale Literature)
Biography, criticism, and overviews of writers and specific works in all disciplines
Other Resources
Tulsa City County Library
Homework HelperFantasticFictionEasyBib
Gale eBooks
Enjoy unlimited access to top reference eBooks.
EBSCOhost is a collection of databases that provides access to thousands of authoritative encyclopedia articles, newspaper articles, reference books, images, magazine articles, maps, biographies, academic journal articles, and primary sources. *Most useful databases for you within EBSCOhost: MAS Complete (Multidisciplinary, Designed for high school students), Funk and Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia (Multidisciplinary), Book Collection Nonfiction: High School Edition (Multidisciplinary), MasterFILE Premier (Multidisciplinary, general interest), TOPICsearch (Current events focus), Newspaper Source Plus (Access to a variety of newspapers)
World Book Online
Highlights of World Book Online are World Book Student and World Book Timelines. World Book Student includes all the articles from the print versions of the World Book Encyclopedia, plus thousands of additional articles, biographies, learning resources, and research tools. Timelines give you access to 650+ unique Timelines, or you can make your own.
Oklahoma Digital Prairie Oklahoma Digital Prairie
Oklahoma Digital Prairie provides visitors unique digital content spanning more than 100 years of rich, vibrant history from Oklahoma. The resource areas found here include documents, photographs, newspapers, reports, pamphlets, posters, maps, and audio/visual content. Content ranges from the late 1800s to the present day. There are several collections. Some of the highlights are Tulsa Race Massacre Files, Images of OK, Oklahoma Authors, Oklahoma Almanacs, Oklahoma Online Archives, State Government Documents, and the Oklahoma Collection.
Middle School (Gale In Context) Middle School (Gale In Context)
Academic articles, images, topic selections, and more for middle schoolers
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