A docket is a "formal record in which a judge or court clerk briefly notes all the proceedings and filings in a court case." - Black’s Law Dictionary, 9th ed.
Docket information can be used in a variety of ways. Things to look for-
Oklahoma Supreme Court Network (OSCN): dockets for 13 Oklahoma counties & the appellate courts; available information varies by county
Subscription Resources (Current students should access these databases, except for ODCR, through the Law Library Databases page.)
Lexis: coverage varies by county
On Demand Court Records (ODCR): covers 68 Oklahoma counties; currently limited to Oklahoma Bar Association members for $50/month
Westlaw: dockets since 2000 for 12 Oklahoma counties; coverage may vary by county