Digital Collections


Digital Collections

UO Libraries' digital collections are designed to support the instructional and research needs of the University of Oregon and the citizens of the state of Oregon.  Materials in the Libraries' digital collections are carefully selected by collection curators and subject specialists, digitized according to prevailing standards, described in such a way as to facilitate their discovery and use, and preserved so that they will be accessible over the long term.

In spring 2010, the UO Library Digital Collections partnered with Oregon State University Libraries to create Oregon Digital merging the collections from both universities.

Current efforts

To search the live collections visit the Digital Collections Home page.


There are two main platforms for Digital Collections. A majority of collections are available on : The Institutional Repository, Scholars' Bank, and other digital collections are available on DSpace:

The e-Asia Digital Library is hosted on a separate database.

In addition, UO Libraries Center for Media & Educational Technologies (CMET) manages a streaming media server service.



Created by kmoss on Jun 18, 2012 Last updated Nov 17, 2014