SHAREOK is the joint institutional repository for the University of Oklahoma Libraries (OU), Oklahoma State University Libraries (OSU), and the University of Central Oklahoma Max Chambers Library (UCO). It serves as the home for the intellectual output of those institutions, such as: digital theses and dissertations, faculty publications, open access publications, open educational resources, institution-specific content and much more.
If you would like to place your works in the institutional repository, please read the Policies and Guidelines document and then contact your library: OU, OSU or UCO . Digital assets placed in the repository are available to a global audience, and search engine optimization techniques are used to increase their visibility to researchers and thus their impact on the global community.
If you are an OU student submitting a master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation to the Graduate College via SHAREOK, please follow these instructions. For policies on embargoing your thesis or dissertation, please refer to the Graduate College Thesis/Dissertation Instruction Packet.
OSU students should follow these instructions for submitting dissertations.
OU faculty, please follow these instructions to submit work you want to share to SHAREOK.
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Task Technology, Individual Differences and Satisfaction - A Two-Country Study: Venezuela and U.S.A. (Oklahoma State University, 1980-07-01)The purpose of this study was to measure the moderating effects of individual differences on the relationship between task technology and job satisfaction, and to determine cultural differences if exist between fire service ...
(2015)Abstract Catalysts speed up reactions by providing an alternative, lower energy pathway for the reaction. However, the traditional method of catalyst discovery is time consuming and wastes chemicals. It is important to ...
(Oklahoma State University, 1980-07-01)
(Oklahoma State University, 1980-12-01)Questionnaires were mailed to 50 citizens of the Fairview community. The survey vms designed to determine the attitudes of the respondents regarding the vocational agriculture program with particular emphasis upon: (1) ...