Oregon becomes newest member of major digital library partnership
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.
As you approach doing academic research for the first time, how do you know what types of sources to look for? Before you dive in, it helps to understand the difference between primary and secondary sources, and between popular and scholarly sources. Use these video and interactive tutorials to learn about library policies and procedures, research practices, and more.
Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor and a partnership with the Gay and Lesbian Archives of the Pacific Northwest and the Oregon Historical Society Library, Just Out: “Oregon’s lesbian and gay news magazine” is now available to view on our website. Read more about it here!
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!
Beginning on January 25, 2021, the University of Oregon Libraries has secured a shared digital subscription to the New York Times. With your UO credentials, all students, faculty and staff members now have full access to the online edition, as well as Times mobile apps for Apple and Android OS. Learn more here!
Spring term is the perfect time to make a splash and highlight a project you’re proud of or even start building your personal scholarly brand! Have you been curious about setting up a website or a blog but get overwhelmed when looking at options? Maybe you’ve heard of WordPress and want to learn more skills to add to your resume or want to show off a project you’re proud of. If any of this sounds like you, join the UO Libraries in their 3 part workshop series on getting familiarized with WordPress! We will be offering the WordPress for Digital Humanists Workshop Series twice. Check out the dates here!
New virtual workshops are open! Check out what Data Services is offering this Spring! From creating a data management plan and finding the right kinds of data for your research to software training and assistance, Data Services is here to help you. Featured workshops include a 3-part Excel for Research seminar, Intro to Python, Dedoose for Research for Absolute Beginners, and so much more.
A resource blog highlighting information about Matthew Deady and Deady Hall, The Pioneer statue, and the historic struggles of underrepresented communities for equity on the UO campus.
80+ book suggestions from UO librarians, plus links to other learning resources that address systemic racism and offer ways to combat it.
Whether you’re close to campus in Eugene or working remotely, a DuckID and password are your credentials to log in and access a wealth of electronic resources including e-books, online journals, streaming music and video services, and digital collections
Connect with expert library staff, digital content, and remote workshops and consultations to help transition to remote learning
Spring term instructors: get help accessing digital and print course materials, online library instruction in Canvas, resources for developing remote courses, and more
Research guides, books, databases, special collections, and more to help you learn about Women's History and the 2021 theme, “Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to be Silenced"
View thousands of video interviews with historically significant African Americans from the worlds of activism, business, education, politics, science, media, entertainment, and more.
Connect with campus, educational, and support resources for veterans, active-duty military members, National Guard and Reserve members, and military families.
IDEA = Innovate, Design, Educate, Aspire. Located in Knight Library 148, this space offers an environment designed to enhance the creative, idea-generation process for University of Oregon students.
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A new resource space for digital scholarship and educational technology, open 9a.m.-5p.m. Mon-Fri
New, digital resource gives students 3D views inside human bodies
Price Science Commons & Research Library
Discover and read the library’s scholarly journals on the Web or your portable device
UO Libraries offer a variety of resources, including research guides, databases, videos, and digital exhibits to honor and recognize Black History.
Digital art galleries, cooking recipe databases, the latest technology journals—use the library’s access to check it all out from your couch
From vinyl to VR: resources for learning and fun
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