News and Highlights

Explore the six digital exhibits created in collaboration between University of Oregon Faculty, UO Libraries faculty and staff, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art curators and museum specialists, UO graduate students, and Mellon GLAM post-doctoral scholars, and the unique collections housed at the university.
Read more about how Kate Thornhill and Gabriele Hayden, UO digital and data librarians, are partnering with the University of Idaho on the project “Powering Digital Humanities Teaching and Learning with Static Web Approaches" funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Whether you’d like to visit a pop-up exhibit in the Design Library, attend a virtual DREAM Lab workshop to learn how to make an interactive website, join the Data Services book club, explore a digital exhibition about ghosts and monsters in Japanese votive slips, or learn how to use a free citation manger for your research. We’ve got you covered!
Get to know how to use your libraries with video and interactive tutorials! Learn about library policies and procedures, research practices, online resources and more.
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.
Alicia Salaz talks about what drew her to work at the University of Oregon and the strengths of the UO Libraries. She also discusses her work as an academic librarian in United Arab Emirates and Qatar, as well as her last position at Carnegie Mellon University.
Annie Zeidman-Karpinski, Kenneth M. and Kenda H. Singer Science Librarian for PSC, will serve as the Librarian Liaison to the Knight Campus.
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.
The Pamela Peters Standing Rock Protest photographic collection is now available for public access. The finding aid for the collection can be found on ArchivesSpace under Pamela Peters Standing Rock Protest photographs. Read more about it on the Special Collections & University Archives blog, Unbound.
Historic images of Northwest landscapes and culture have a permanent home in Special Collections and University Archives
DVD, VHS now on the first floor