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Welcome to OU Comps Prep

The Wiki Devoted to Helping You Pass the Comprehensive Exam for Library and Information Science






Adding Information to the OU Comps Prep Wiki

  • To add your own content to the comps prep website click "edit" at the top of the page and log-in with the password "prep". To learn how to make your contribution pretty click here.
  • OU Comps Prep Wiki will be more useful for everyone if you add in your two cents. Don't just lurk in the background, add some comments and links.
  • If you don't feel comfortable editing the page yourself, you can send information and links to me and I'll add them in for you. My email is mbeard_234@yahoo.com



Thanks for visiting the OU Comps Prep Wiki. I hope you find it helpful.



Countdown to Fall 2008 Comps


Students studying for the OU Spring 2008 LIS/KM comps summarized information from their classes into short posts on the following blog: kmiscommunication.wordpress.com. Post dates are March 18-27.



Comps Handbook

The best source of information about the comprehesive examination is the SLIS Student Guide to the Comprehensive Examination for the Master's Degree.


Info to Know


Comps questions typically reflect the most current library and information issues. This is a forum to discuss current events, issues and news that pertain to library and information science. NEW TOPICS ADDED MARCH 11, 2007! And Info to Know is a group of short lists with information you might need to know.


Useful Links


Click here for a listing of the best websites for comps preparation.

Comps Flashcards


Click here to checkout the fun flashcards to help you study. Email me if there are any cards or topics you would like to see added!

Survivor Stories and Life After Comps


Visit the Survivor Stories page to read stories and tips from those who lived through the comprehensive exam and lived to tell the rest of us about it. Visit Life After Comps to see where everyone is today!


Professor Pages


Visit the Professor Pages to see what your professors think are the most important library related issues.





Take a Break


Now that you've absorbed all there is to know about the comprehensive examination, relax and take a break...click here.





Contact Information


This wiki was created by Megan Beard, Library and Information Science student 2005-2007.


To see when it was last updated and which changes were made, click on "history" in the box below.


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This wiki was not created by nor is it endorsed by the University of Oklahoma or the School of Library and Information Science. Participation in this wiki does not guarantee success on the comprehensive examination.

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