The Native American Languages Collection (NAL) contains sound and video recordings and print materials documenting language events in over 70 Native North American languages. Materials may be accessed in the Social Sciences Research Archive. A teaching collection is available for check-out by language educators/students.
The Social Sciences Research Archive contains print materials covering the fields of archaeology, ethnology, and linguistics. The archive is a closed collection. Materials do not circulate out of the Archive, but may be viewed on site at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History. Access is provided through the security entrance, left of the main entrance.
Hours of operation: 9am to 5pm, Monday – Friday, or by appointment. For more information, please call Nicholas Wojcik at 405-325-3332.