Use the Libraries
Find original materials focused on
- Oregon heritage
- The University of Oregon
- Documentary photography
- Lives of women, intentional communities and alternative voices
- Pioneers and tribal peoples
- Did your professor mention an article in class?
- Did you find something on the web, but it didn't provide the full-text?
- Do you need an article mentioned in another article?
Use free lockers & laptop lock boxes for less stressful studying.
Lockers are located near the north stairwell on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors of Knight Library.
The UO Libraries can help with your academic success.
- Getting help with paper topics
- Citing sources in your papers
- Finding good study places
- Locating resources in many languages
- Special Collections & University Archives has unique primary source collections
- Check out the unique materials on ethnic communities, social activism, women in society, and Northwest politics
- We have rare books, historic photographs, and archival films
- Collections are open to everyone
- Want a digital copy of an article or a chapter from a printed book?
- It's easy and free (copyright limitations apply)
- Authority of the author and the background of the publisher
- Objectivity of the author
- Quality of the work
- Currency of the work
- Relevancy of the work
- Can't think of a good paper topic?
- Aren't finding what you need?
- Need some quick advice?
- We can help you get started with your research!
- Aerial Photos of Oregon: a powerful tool for environmental and development issues
- More than 80 years of data
- See the development of the White Stag Block in Portland since the 1930s
- UO Insight Seminars are exciting noncredit classes taught by UO professors
- Designed for people eager for readings and discussions at the college level
- Focused on art, literature, music, and other areas of the liberal arts
- The Oregon Card Program provides free borrowing to Oregonians over 16 years old
- Come explore the richness of the UO Libraries' collections
- Win $1,000–1,500
- Apply Online Now through February 12, 2016
- Eligible classes are Winter 2015, Spring 2015, Summer Session 2015 or Fall 2015
- Showcase your excellence and originality
- Check out the research guide for your major or your specific course
- Find amazing stuff that gives you an academic edge
- Get research help from subject specialist librarians