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Kirby Brown will be the second faculty member featured in the upcoming UO Authors, Book Talks on Feb. 12.
2/12/20 Knight Library - Knight Library Browsing Room (106)
We stand in solidarity with our Black students, faculty members, and staff, as well as communities of color throughout our city, state, and nation. We recognize we must also take action to disrupt systemic inequalities, and this statement enumerates new commitments the library will make to help advance antiracism at our institution and beyond.
We are especially excited to celebrate all of our student employees and recognize their accomplishments during their time at the UO. Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to the library!
During spring term, over 1,400 library items were circulated in more than 500 transactions at the new Knight Library Pick-up Window.
To support remote learning, 550+ titles were added to the library's ebooks collection. There are over a million ebooks to check out here!
Learn how to ensure your academic work is on the up-and-up with accurate, thorough citations. In May 2020, this popular guide was consulted over 3,000 times!
The library experienced a 200% increase in librarian-student consultations during Spring 2020 remote instruction. Schedule your appointment to meet with a librarian today!
Library resources save money! How much? Without library access, the cost of the electronic articles our users requested in April alone would've added up to $2 million!
The library is your portal to a wealth of peer-reviewed, reputable information from academic publishers, governments, and NGOs. Many of these resources are updated daily.
An overview of current issues and practices in scholarly communication and publishing, plus recommended next steps to further the discussion and adoption of open access at the UO.
Two $500 prizes will be awarded and winning poems will be published in the Oregon Poetry Association's journal, "Verseweavers." Submit up to five poems written during your undergrad years at the UO.
Your term papers, theses and projects from Spring 2019 - Spring 2020 are eligible to win scholarly recognition and prizes of up to $1,500.
(Almost) everything in our collections is still available to check out! Request library materials online; get them in person Mon-Fri, 11am-3pm at the new pick-up window near the east front entrance of Knight Library. Pick-up services also available at Law Library and Portland Library -- click for hours, details.
Our doors are locked, but the library is still Open and here to help you! Get the news on remote teaching and learning support, e-resources, borrowing and lending, and more library services
The yearlong program brings together 24 emerging library leaders from historically underrepresented groups
Our line-up of events includes educational resource (OER) webinars, an open textbook review workshop with a $200 teaching faculty stipend, a print OER textbook showcase (with drinks and snacks provided), and more
Knight Library - Dream Lab
Among the many wonders archived in our special collections is a strange menagerie of monsters, ghosts, and demons hailing from Japan. Now online, a digital exhibit takes you inside their world.
UO Today Interviews Gabriele Hayden, Assistant Librarian for Research Data Management and Reproducibility
She discusses the UO Libraries resources available to help faculty and students manage their research data and materials.
Call for proposals now open to all UO faculty members! Receive $2,000 – $6,000 for your open textbook project through UO Libraries' Digital Scholarship Services. Application deadline: January 31, 2020
A committee of the University Senate, it acts as a liaison between the UO Libraries and faculty
$20,000 in LSTA grants earmarked for work by the Oregon Digital Newspaper Program
Kristin Yarris will be the first faculty member featured in the inaugural “UO Authors, Book Talks” series on Nov. 6 in in the Knight Library Browsing Room.
The space has been significantly updated to provide research and creative support for music scholars and improve access to our audio collections.
The UO Libraries has operations and repositories at various locations in Oregon, and wishes to acknowledge the traditional homelands of the Kalapuyan peoples (Eugene area); Chinook, Clackamas, Kalapuya, Kathlamet, Molalla, Multnomah, Tualatin, and other tribes and bands (Portland area); and the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw (Charleston area).
"Comedy of the Commonplace" exhibit draws from her papers in special collections to tell the story of the "Ethel and Albert" creator, who blazed trails for women in broadcast media
The goal is to improve scholars' and students' access to the materials, which include the largest academic holding of medieval and renaissance manuscripts in the Pacific Northwest
The vendor's most recent software upgrade makes the reset necessary. We apologize for any inconvenience. Returning users: see the ILLiad logon page for full instructions.
Janus/Criterion Collection and other licensed titles are still available for unlimited viewing. Faculty members and graduate students may request access to other films for coursework and research. Some content will no longer be accessible through the UO Libraries' license.
Lauren Hutter, a first-year art major in the College of Design, created the winning entry that will be used on 500+ computers throughout all seven library branches