University of Oregon

Did you know?

  • 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!

Think about:

  • 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
  • Want a digital copy of an article or a chapter from a printed book?
  • It's easy and free (copyright limitations apply)
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

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

Access full-text journal articles and library databases from anywhere.

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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.

  • 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?
  • The Oregon Card Program provides free borrowing to Oregonians over 16 years old
  • Come explore the richness of the UO Libraries' collections

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
  • 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
University of Oregon Libraries
1501 Kincaid Street Eugene, OR
97403-1299
T: (541) 346-3053
F: (541) 346-3485
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