Resources and Services
- Can't think of a good paper topic?
- Aren't finding what you need?
- Need some quick advice?
Can your professor tell that your references are:
- From an author who is a reliable authority?
- Directly relevant to your paper's argument?
- High in academic quality? Is it peer reviewed?
- Documenting the current thinking on the topic?
- Move to a new level - use your major's research guide.
- Find amazing stuff that gives you an academic edge.
- Want a digital copy of an article or a chapter from a printed book?
- It's easy and free! (Copyright limitations apply).
Connecting from Home? Work Faster!
- Download the campus Virtual Private Network (VPN) for direct access to full-text journal articles and library databases.
Win $1,000 - $1,500.
Find Out More: http://library.uoregon.edu/general/libaward.html
Class paper, projects or theses.
- Special Collections & University Archives
- Check out the incredible unique collections on ethnic communities, Northwest politics, women in society, and social activism.
- Connecting from Home? Work Faster!
- Download the campus Virtual Private Network (VPN) for direct access to full-text articles and library databases.
The UO Libraries can help with your academic success - Find out how
Librarian with international studentsUniversity libraries in the United States can be really different and confusing.
This guide https://library.uoregon.edu/intlstudents will make it easier.
- How to get research help
- Finding books in the UO Libraries
- Locate the different library locations
- Finding a good study space
- Resources in other languages (including a tour of Knight Library in Japanese or Chinese)
- The Oregon Card Program provides free borrowing to Oregonians over 16 years old.
- Come explore the richness of the UO Libraries' collections!
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.
- UO Insight Seminars are exciting noncredit classes taught by UO professors.
- Designed for people eager for a structured class focused on reading and discussing art, literature, music, and other areas of the liberal arts.
- 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.