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Statewide Database Licensing Program FAQ: Home

Answers to your questions about the Oregon State Library's Statewide Database Licensing Program (SDLP)

The Statewide Database Licensing Program provides citizens access to online resources through Oregon libraries.

Find more detailed information about the Statewide Database Licensing Program on the Oregon State Library's Library Support and Development Division web site.

Statewide Database Licensing Program (SDLP)

What type of online resources are licensed for the SDLP?

What are the requirements for libraries to participate?

How do libraries access SDLP resources?

Can libraries customize their accounts?

Can libraries get usage statistics?

Are there training resources available?

Are there promotional materials available?

Are there other statewide resources available to libraries?

Statewide Database Licensing Advisory Committee (SDLAC)

What is the Statewide Database Licensing Advisory Committee (SDLAC)?

What is the process for adding new resources to the SDLP?

How can I submit a suggestion for new resources to add to the SDLP?

How does the SDLAC evaluate suggestions?

Why does the State Library require a competitive sealed proposal process for online resource contracts?

Where does the money for resources come from?

Contact Information

Arlene Weible

Electronic Services Consultant
Oregon Federal Regional Depository Coordinator

503-378-5020
arlene.weible@state.or.us