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Find Resources

Read the descriptions below to learn more about the resources in the UO Libraries and how to find them.

Books & More

Search the UO Libraries Catalog and other library catalogs to find materials in print and non-print formats, such as books, journals, videos, films, sound recordings, microforms and music scores. More >>

Articles, Databases & Indexes

Search for articles and other information in print and online indexes and databases in a range of subject areas. More >>

Journal Titles (FindText)

Use FindText to find print and electronic journals. More >>

Videos & Music

Use the UO Libraries' collections of DVDs and videos, sound recordings, streaming media, and books and journals about music. More >>

Photos, Maps & Images

Search the UO Libraries' collections of historic and contemporary photographs, digital images, maps, aerial photographs, and geospatial (GIS) data. More >>

Rare Books, Manuscripts & Archives

Use the UO Libraries' collections of rare books, facsimile and online editions of literary and historic works, personal manuscripts of individuals, and archival records of the University and other organizations. More >>

Digital Collections

Use online collections of photographs, books, maps, and documents selected from library collections or licensed from publishers. More >>

Course Reserves

Find print and non-print resources selected by professors for use in UO courses. More >>

Government Information

Find information from local, state, federal and international government sources. More >>

Scholars' Bank

Search the UO's institutional repository containing the work of faculty, students, and other UO community members. More >>

Other Library Catalogs

Search other library catalogs, including Summit and Worldcat. More >>

Finding Aids for Special Collections and University Archives

Use online guides to manuscripts, archives, and photographs collections in the UO Libraries. More >>

Trial Databases

Try out online resources under consideration for purchase or licensing by the UO Libraries and give us your feedback. More >>

Still can't find what you're looking for?

Ask a librarian. Contact us with instant messaging, e-mail, phone, or in person. More >>