Welcome to the Learning Commons, where scholarly information, research assistance, tutoring, advising, and technology meet in support of research and discovery. Do you need help getting started with a research paper? A room for your study group to practice a class presentation? Help setting up wireless on your laptop? A laptop to borrow? We are here to help.
Overview of Services
University courses and academic research require high-quality information in many formats. UO librarians can help you develop an efficient research strategy that gets the information you need about your topic. More >>
Computer Help Desk
We can help you with library workstations, downloading, printing, or getting your laptop connected to the wireless network. More >>
The University of Oregon Libraries provides two types of workstations for use by library patrons. Academic Stations offer UO students, faculty and staff a full suite of applications for Internet access and software needed for word processing, presentations and graphic work. A UO ID, Duck ID, is required when using an Academic Station. More >>
The Libraries Internet only computers provide full access to the library catalog, the library's electronic databases and resources, information about the library, and open Internet access. Internet only stations may have a time limit to insure equitable access during busy times. More >>
The library's popular laptop checkout service is located at the Science Checkout desk . Wireless-equipped laptops are available. Current UO students only. More >>
Presentation Practice Room
Configured with A/V and computer projection hardware typical of a UO classroom, the presentation practice room (147B Knight Library) is available to students who are developing and practicing in-class presentations and can be booked for use whenever Knight Library is open. More >>
Located in 122 Knight Library, the collaboration center is available for academic departments and academic support units looking for a convenient place for group and individual tutoring, advising, and consulting. More >>
Still not finding what you are looking for? Ask a librarian!