News and Highlights

UO Libraries are open to the University of Oregon students, faculty, staff, and community members. 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.
UO Libraries in partnership with the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and with the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation are excited to call for proposals for the Digital GLAM Spaces: Building a Community of Practice for User Experience and Accessibility Conference. This one-day virtual conference will be held on November 10, 2021. Learn more and submit your proposal here! Be a part of this exciting event with a lightning talk, individual presentation, or panel presentation. Submissions are due by September 10th.
Announcing online access to the Oregon Daily Emerald through the Historic Oregon Newspapers website. Browse "Oregon Emerald" issues from 1909-1920 and "Oregon Daily Emerald" issues from 1920-1952 with more forthcoming!
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.
Annie Zeidman-Karpinski, Kenneth M. and Kenda H. Singer Science Librarian for PSC, will serve as the Librarian Liaison to the Knight Campus.
Looking to access an article from a citation? In this tutorial, you will learn how to access the electronic full text of an article when you have a citation you've already obtained, for instance, from a bibliography.
Library resources, collections, and digital exhibits recognizing and celebrating AAPI Heritage.
Looking for scholarly articles and not sure where to start? This video will teach you how to locate peer-reviewed or scholarly articles using UO Libraries' resources.
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.