Library News

The Allan Price Science Commons and Research Library (PSC) hosted the inaugural lightning-round presentations of “Works in Progress” during the symposium. Undergraduate students from the UO, Lane Community College, and Southern Oregon University came together in PSC’s VizLab to share their research projects in seven-minute summaries.
Join us for a public demonstration of Japanese senjafuda printmaking with Matsuzaki Keizaburo, master printer, Nagai Saeko, woodblock cutter, and Suda Ayumi, assistant printer.

  Global Scholars Hall Room 123

Join in #DucksGive fun on May 18 and help libraries help students fly forward! Generous donors have created five challenges for UO Libraries to offer during this year's annual day of giving, including a $20,000 one to build a free gaming center in Price Science Commons (PSC)! Find all the details and make your donation on our #DucksGive page. And join us in the PSC VizLab to celebrate, play games, or snap a pic with The Duck (11:30-12).

  Price Science Commons

We are thrilled to extend an invitation to you all for an event that showcases a remarkable piece of civil rights cinema, "The March" and a soft launch of a new physical exhibit in the Knight Library. The exhibit commemorates the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, August 28, 1963 and features UO alumnus James Blue’s award-winning documentary "The March" (1964).

  Knight Library, DREAM Lab

Librarians at the UO are dedicated to providing research support to students, faculty members, and other researchers. From collaborating with faculty members and campus museums to teach undergrads about special collections to creating research guides and video tutorials to support instruction, UO librarians contribute to research in exciting, though sometimes less visible ways. Here, we spotlight several research-based endeavors our librarians have been supporting.
Preparing students for careers after graduation isn't training they get just in classrooms. They get it in on-the-job training as well. More than 160 students work in UO Libraries receiving real-world, hands-on job experience while helping us meet our mission. Meet just a few of these stellar students in this term's Student Spotlight story.
Congratulations on your research project! Now you have a chance to explain and win an award based on your research experience with the Research Process & Scholarly Growth Essay. LAURE winners will receive a monetary award of $1,500. All entries must be submitted prior to your graduation date and by June 15, 2023. Read more about the award and how to apply!
What do relics, land grants, and Victorian pamphlets have in common? They can all be faked. Giustina Director of Special Collections and University Archives David de Lorenzo does a deep dive into the psychology of famed forger, bookseller, bibliographer, and collector Thomas James Wise.
UO Libraries is providing UO students and employees with faster access to Elsevier articles during the Elsevier contract lapse. We've arranged for Article Galaxy Scholar (AGS) to provide access to Elsevier articles not available in the UO Libraries collection, usually within a few minutes. This new service is available to current UO students and employees. Learn more about AGS and how to use it on our research guide.
From supporting undergraduate students on class projects to providing instruction in data management tools to being embedded in study abroad programs, UO librarians aid research endeavors in exciting ways. Read about two new projects they’ve been collaborating on.
Our new 'Student Spotlight' feature shines a light on the contributions our UO Libraries’ student employees make every day. There are more than 160 of them contributing to our endeavors this year alone. Read on to meet just a few of our students who help make UO Libraries an amazing place to research, study, and learn.
The University of Oregon Libraries and Oregon State University Libraries and Press are excited to announce the launch of the new Oregon Digital. We’ve updated the look, feel and functionality of the site where we host unique digitized and born-digital collections from both institutions. This growing repository makes more than 500,000 items openly available for teaching, research, and general browsing. Visit to explore the collections and discover the rich cultural heritage of Oregon.