This infographic illustrates how fair use advances innovation, creativity, and scholarship, allowing new knowledge to be created and shared.
Oregon becomes newest member of major digital library partnership
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
With support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, a new digital exhibition from UO Libraries and JSMA illuminates the making of landmark Civil Rights documentary "The March"
Discover and read the library’s scholarly journals on the Web or your portable device
From vinyl to VR: resources for learning and fun
Not just another Top 10 list -- this one will help you graduate!
Your success starts here!
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Access to thousands of award-winning documentaries, training films, and theatrical releases
Your first stop for any research project
Access for the UO community
Subject librarians are appointed liaisons to the university's academic departments and programs.
Center for Media and Educational Technologies (CMET) lends equipment and provides services to UO faculty, staff, and students.
The UO Libraries holds about 14,000 items in a variety of moving image formats (DVDs, videotapes, laserdiscs, 16mm films, and online streaming video) which cover all disciplines.
Take a video/virtual tour of the Knight Library—find your way in the library and learn about our resources and services.
Get printing information for campus libraries and labs.
UO Libraries' New Room Reservation System