News and Highlights

Dr. Alicia M. Salaz has been chosen as the UO’s new vice provost and university librarian, overseeing five library locations at the Eugene campus and branches at UO Portland and the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology.
UO Libraries are open to the University of Oregon students, faculty and staff. Check calendar for open hours at specific locations. For your safety, we have modified our services and spaces to comply with University of Oregon COVID-19 regulations.
Talking Stories is an encyclopedia of traditional ecological knowledge encoded in hunter-gatherer storytelling. This open educational resource was built with the help of UO undergraduate students in The Human Animal FIG and the UO Libraries. The site is dedicated to raising awareness of Indigenous literary traditions and ecological knowledge and encouraging their incorporation into Western teaching. Explore this new resource here!
Rayne Vieger, E-Learning & OER Librarian, is Duck of the Week! Read more about Rayne and how she is raising awareness about access to affordable textbooks in this Around the O interview.
She discusses the UO Libraries resources available to help faculty and students manage their research data and materials.
Mark Watson, Interim Dean of Libraries, discusses how UO Libraries have responded to the COVID crisis. He also talks about the rich resources the library has curated to address diversity, equity, and inclusion; especially anti-racism. And describes how his work as a librarian has changed over the years and what the future may hold.
UO Libraries offer a variety of resources, including research guides, databases, videos, and digital exhibits to honor and recognize Black History.
Use these video and interactive tutorials to learn about library policies and procedures, research practices, and more.
UO Libraries offer trial access to a variety of databases. As part of the evaluation process, we would like to receive comments from library patrons about the usefulness of these resources. Find out more, here!
Historic images of Northwest landscapes and culture have a permanent home in Special Collections and University Archives
DVD, VHS now on the first floor
Want to learn more about "Wild Wild Country?" Special Collections holds a definitive collection of documents and artifacts.