The UO Libraries is sponsoring an Instagram contest promoting the launch of our latest social media platform. The contest runs from April 14 to May 14.
To enter, follow @uoregonlibraries and tag your photo with #myuolibraries. Show us how you see and use your UO Libraries.
To submit and enter, you must be a current UO student. Two winners will be selected: People’s Choice (photo with most likes) and Jury’s Choice (best-quality photo). Each winner will receive $50 in Campus Cash.
Educators, students, and community members interested in learning more about conducting research in areas related to Latino/a and Latin American Studies are invited are invited to an open house on the UO campus on Wednesday, May 7, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
An exhibit in Knight Library takes a multifaceted look at the controversial City of Rajneeshpuram, an intentional community established in 1981 by a group of followers of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh near the small town of Antelope in central Oregon.
A free public lecture exploring the nature of Mozart’s originality will be offered in Knight Library’s Browsing Room at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Was Mozart simply a wildly inventive genius, or was he also a true product of his time who “spoke” the musical language he inherited from predecessors and contemporaries?
Award winners come from all disciplines in the library's Undergraduate Research Awards competition.
Six University of Oregon students who authored outstanding research papers and theses during the 2013 calendar year have been named winners in the university's Undergraduate Research Awards competition sponsored by the University of Oregon Libraries.
The annual competitive program honors UO students who produce exceptional original research and scholarship using resources available through the UO Libraries.
A reception honoring the winners is planned for April 25, 2014.
Event will explore the best practices in fair use of copyrighted materials in academic settings.
Tuesday, April 29, 4 p.m.
Patricia Aufderheide, a professor in the School of Communication at American University in Washington, D.C., and coauthor of Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright, will speak on “Remixing Scholarship: When, Why, and How Using Copyrighted Material in Your Work Is a Good Thing” on Tuesday, April 29, at 4 p.m. in Knight Library’s Browsing Room.
Several hypothetical scenarios illustrate the complexity in the use of copyrighted materials:
A celebration of the James Blue Archive and a talk on film preservation will take place in Knight Library’s Browsing Room on the UO campus at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 23. Representatives from the James and Richard Blue Foundation will be on hand to participate in the event.
James Blue, a University of Oregon alumnus and award-winning independent filmmaker, is renowned for his socially engaged documentaries and teaching.
Have a pint in honor of UO alumnus Ken Kesey at the Rogue Public House on Thursday, April 3, from 6-9 p.m. University of Oregon Libraries staff will be on hand at 844 Olive Street to share stories about the Kesey collection and discuss its collaboration with Rogue Ales for Ken Kesey Night.
The university purchased the Kesey collection – a 121-box archive of the author’s manuscripts, artwork, collages, photographs and correspondences dating back to 1960 – in October. The UO Libraries continues to raise funds for organizing, preserving and digitizing the materials.
The Paradiso is the "dessert" of Dante's three canticles.
Saturdays, May 17 and 31, 9:30 a.m. - noon
Professor Gina Psaki, from the UO's Department of Romance Languages, will lead a journey through Dante's Paradiso in a UO Insight Seminar scheduled for two Saturdays: May 17 and May 31. The seminar sessions run from 9:30 a.m. to noon in Knight Library's Browsing Room, 1501 Kincaid Street, on the UO campus. The registration fee for the noncredit, ungraded seminar is $45. Learn more and register online at https://library.uoregon.edu/administration/insight.html.
Source: Deutsch, Otto Erich (1965) Mozart: A Documentary Biography. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Professor Marc Vanscheeuwijck, from the UO's School of Music and Dance, will lead a UO Insight Seminar entitled "How Original Was Mozart?" beginning Wednesday, May 7, and continuing on the three following Wednesdays: May 14, 21, and 28. The seminar runs from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in Knight Library's Browsing Room, 1501 Kincaid Street, on the UO campus. The registration fee for the noncredit, ungraded seminar is $99. Learn more and register online at https://library.uoregon.edu/administration/insight.html.