How Do I...

If you are ready to fully engage the library’s quick and easy self-service options, this guide is a great aid. Follow the link to learn how to check in, check out & renew items, access your account information and pay fines/fees at our new self-service stations.

Wireless printingYou must be connected to the library's wireless with a supported device in order to print.

Please visit for detailed instructions.

WifiYou may use the library's wireless network on your device at any branch location.

In order to use the library's wireless network:
  1. You must have a laptop/notebook computer, smartphone, tablet or internet capable device with a wireless network card which has been properly installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If you have a Mac, you can use this service with an installed AirPort card or other 802.11 (a/b/g/n/ac) compatible wireless card and software.
  2. Configuration settings should match these values:
    • Network Name, or SSID = library-ap or TCCL-PUBLIC
    • Network Mode = infrastructure
    • WEP = disabled
    • IP or Network Settings = DHCP enabled, or obtain an IP address automatically
    • DNS = obtain DNS address automatically
    • Gateway = no default gateway (your card should detect it automatically)
  3. Save any modified settings and restart your device as required.
  4. To connect, open your “Wireless Network Connection” by clicking the icon in the system tray.
  5. Choose “View Wireless Networks.”
  6. You should see an entry for library-ap or TCCL-PUBLIC. (If you do not see it, click on “Refresh.”)
  7. Select it and click the “Connect” button.

[Note: Although you may see other entries, only library-ap or TCCL-PUBLIC is being provided by the library and is the only one you are authorized to access. Connection to wireless networks for which you are not authorized may be subject to legal action.]

You now have a live Internet connection. Open your browser; you will be directed to a page with our wireless policy by which we expect users to abide while using our connection. From there, you may surf to other web sites.

Once you leave the library and are out of range of our wi-fi, you will automatically be disconnected from our network. If you prefer, when you are finished using the access, you can return to your “Wireless Network Connection” dialog box and click on “Disconnect.”

You may also print while using the library's wireless internet.


Mobius is a regional group of libraries that share materials.  Each library in Mobius loans their materials to each other for customer use.  Tulsa City County Library card holders can borrow materials from MOBIUS member libraries, providing ready access to materials that would often not be available in a public library.

  1. Search for the title. If Tulsa City County owns the title, you should place a hold on that title. If the Library does not have the title you want, click the "Search MOBIUS" button. The catalog will automatically re-send your search to the MOBIUS catalog. The next screen you see will be a search results screen from MOBIUS.
  2. If you locate the title you want in the MOBIUS catalog, click on the title to go to the full record. If MOBIUS does not have the title you want, click on the Prospector link to continue your search.
  3. To place a hold on the title, click the "REQUEST THIS ITEM" link located beneath the author, title and publisher information.
  4. In the "With which institution are you affiliated?" box, choose "TCCL".
  5. On the next screen, enter your first or last name, your complete library card number, and the branch where you want to pick up the title.
  6. If more than one copy of the title is available, you may be asked to choose which copy you want to request. Click to select the radio button to the left of the title, and then click the "Request Selected Item" button.
  7. You will receive a confirmation that your request was successful.
  8. You can view titles you have placed on hold by going to My Account at

You can have a combined total of 10 titles checked out and on hold at one time.


Typically 3 weeks, but dependent upon lending library.


Yes, you can renew most titles up to 2 times, unless needed by another patron. Media items may not be renewed. A MOBIUS title may be renewed only if there are 7 or fewer days remaining in the current loan period. If you try to renew a title more than 7 days prior to the due date, you will receive a "Renewal Too Soon" message.

MOBIUS renewals take some time to process. After renewing, the title may have a "Renewal Pending" status for a short period of time.


Average time for an item to arrive is about a week. Some items may take longer, such as when there are other holds in queue.


You will be notified by e-mail if your current e-mail address is in your patron record or by phone.