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CACCOVID

The Carl Albert Center's Cleveland County COVID-19 Digital Collection has been created to document the announcements, policies, and response from the Cleveland County, The City of Norman (COVID-19), the Oklahoma State Department of Health COVID-19 Website, The University of Oklahoma Coronavirus/COVID-19 Updates and Resource Website, both State and City of Norman video reports, and all proclamations, newsletters, and emails that we can collect. Additionly, the Center is collecting Twitter data multiple times a day from: City of Norman's Mayor Breea Clark, City of Norman Official Account, the State Department of Health, State of Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, and Congresswoman Kendra Horn.

We are also, collecting personal stories and images from our community. You may contribute by using the CONTRIBUTE AN ITEM button found on the homepage. For personal stories, please give as much detail as you would like. Examples include:

  • personal stories or images from the Cleveland County or great Oklahoma City community
  • collected data, graphs, technologies
  • experience with remote teaching or learning
  • news clips, radio clips, or other multimedia

The Carl Albert Center's Cleveland County COVID-19 Digital Collection Project was designed to create a platform for future students, researchers, staff, and faculty when investigating the historic COVID-19 pandemic. By focusing on Cleveland County, Oklahoma and greater Oklahoma City government response, we intend to focus our collection with greater detail and attention.

Please help us with our project by communicating with the Carl Albert Center Archives at CACArchives@ou.edu or japryse@ou.edu.

  • CAC_COVID-19 Website Collection

    The Carl Albert Center's Cleveland County COVID-19 Digital Collection has been created to document the announcements, policies, and response from the Cleveland County, The City of Norman (COVID-19), the Oklahoma State Department of Health COVID-19 Website, The University of Oklahoma Coronavirus/COVID-19 Updates and Resource Website, both State and City of Norman video reports, and all proclamations, newsletters, and emails that we can collect. Additionly, the Center is collecting Twitter data multiple times a day from: City of Norman's Mayor Breea Clark, City of Norman Official Account, the State Department of Health, State of Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, Representative Kendra Horn,  Representative Tom Cole (OK-04), Representative Emily Virgin (OK-44), Representative Jacob Rosecrants, Senator Mary Boren (OK-D),  and Senator Rob Standridge (OK-R). We are also, collecting personal stories and images from our community....

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  • City of Norman and Breea Clark

    Breea Clark was elected mayor of Norman in 2019 after serving three years as the council member representing Ward 6. As Norman's 60th mayor, she serves as a member of the Oklahoma Municipal League Board of Directors and the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments Board of Directors.

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  • Frank Lucas/COVID

    Congressman Frank Lucas is a fifth generation Oklahoman whose family has lived and farmed in Oklahoma for over 100 years. Born on January 6, 1960 in Cheyenne, Oklahoma, Lucas graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1982 with a degree in Agricultural Economics. He was first elected to the United States House of Representatives in a special election in 1994....

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  • Jacob Rosecrants

    Senator Rosecrants has been a loud activist for public education for years, with his main concerns being the lack of funding given to schools, low pay for teachers, and the harmful high-stakes tests that are unnecessarily forced upon students, especially in lower income schools. Before becoming your Representative in 2017, Jacob taught 7th grade Geography at Roosevelt Middle School in Southwest Oklahoma City. He has a passion for public education, has the patience to listen to constituents, and has the strength and ability to help our communities to progress into the future....

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  • Jim Inhofe/COVID

    Senator Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) serves as chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Sen....

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  • Kendra Horn/COVID

    Congresswoman Kendra S. Horn represents Oklahoma's 5th District. That includes Oklahoma City, Edmond and Shawnee....

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  • Markwayne Mullin/COVID

    Congressman Markwayne Mullin was first elected to serve the people of Oklahoma’s Second Congressional District in November 2012. He is currently serving his fourth term in office.

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  • Norman Transcript

    The Norman Transcript is a daily newspaper published in Norman, Oklahoma, United States, covering Cleveland and McClain counties, in the southern suburbs of Oklahoma City. It is owned by Community Newspaper Holdings Inc. The newspaper is the oldest business in Norman....

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  • Representative Merleyn Bell

    Merleyn Bell (Democratic Party) is a member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives, representing District 45. She assumed office on November 16, 2018.

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  • Tom Cole/COVID

    A fifth-generation Oklahoman and resident of Moore, Tom Cole has a significant background of service to his home state of Oklahoma. Currently serving in his ninth term for the Fourth District of Oklahoma, Cole was first elected to the U.S....

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