Library News

"The BIG Ten Academic Alliance libraries will now also be our libraries!” shares Vice Provost and University Librarian Alicia Salaz. She's been attending quarterly meetings with member libraries, and Alliance staff will visit us on July 22. Learn more about why the UO Libraries is excited about joining the BIG Ten in August.
As the COVID pandemic broke out in 2020, Talia Paz took the opportunity to reassess her career. Reflecting on her love of reading and writing, she considered librarianship, an exploration that led her from Australia to Oregon and UO Libraries.
The UO’s Hayward Field will be home to the U.S. Olympic Team Trials—Track & Field this summer. To mark the occasion, the UO Libraries is hosting “Chasing Gold at Hayward: The UO’s Olympic Trials Legacy,” an exhibit detailing the significant connection between the university and the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Track & Field.

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The UO Libraries is joining the celebration of half a century of empowerment of women with an exhibition and book display in the Knight Library lobby dedicated to the UO's Center for the Study of Women in Society.

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The UO Portland library leadership worked diligently for eighteen months to transform the Northeast campus library into a premier resource for researchers and community members.
Check out this cool collaboration between UO and OSU librarians to offer a free workshop on how to conduct oral histories. These resources could help you finally launch that project you've been thinking about.
Each year, the Special Collections and University Archives' fellowship program attracts researchers from around the globe, spanning various disciplines and fields of study. This year is no exception, as we welcome a fantastic group of individuals whose research promises to enrich our understanding of history, culture, and our very own collections.
This lovely story shows how Curator of Manuscripts Linda Long found a special way to recognize her late partner by creating an endowment. See how Long, along with Anne Laskaya, a colleague in the English department, are honoring their deceased spouses' legacies in history and education.

UO alum and Library Advancement Council member Scott Drumm reflects on a lifetime of learning and why the library is his favorite place on campus.
Welcome to our new series: #MeetYourLibrarian. Read on to learn more about how our subject specialist librarians support UO researchers including students and faculty members.
Don't fret! The Douglass Room and staff are finely tuned to help students meet their musical needs, including offering research support, equipment, recordings, and even guitars for check out.
UO Libraries is looking for a dynamic and forward-thinking visionary to lead a skilled and cohesive team eager to push the leading edge of practice in the continuing development of programs, collections, and preservation practices in alignment with our UO Libraries strategic plan.