Your Top 10 Library Resources
1. UO Libraries Website — library.uoregon.edu
Start here for all your research and study needs. You’ll find the best resources and expert help for any topic you’re tackling.
2. Ask us Questions Anytime — library.uoregon.edu/ask
Away from the library, but need help? No problem! You can get in touch with a librarian, live from the reference desk or via email, phone, live chat, or text message.
3. Research Help — library.uoregon.edu/subject-librarians
Subject Librarians are available to meet with you one-on-one to discuss your research needs.
4. Library Study Spaces — library.uoregon.edu/rooms-study-spaces
Quiet areas, zones with abundant natural light, collaboration centers, and group study rooms – all with information resources and expert help nearby. Planning to study with friends later? You can log in to reserve a room in advance.
5. Seven Library Locations to Serve You — library.uoregon.edu/locations-hours
Catering to your interests and study needs: Knight Library, Price Science Library, Jaqua Law Library, Design Library, Math Library, OIMB Rippey Library, and the UO Portland Library and Learning Commons.
6. A Guide for Every Subject — researchguides.uoregon.edu
Our librarians are academic specialists. Whatever you study, we have an online Research Guide featuring librarian-recommended resources and research tips tailored to your subject area. These guides are your first stop for any research assignment or project.
7. Homework Help — library.uoregon.edu/tutoring
Need homework help? Free tutoring services are available at the library. Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center on the 4th floor of Knight Library offers math, writing, and language help on a drop-in basis. The Math Library in Fenton Hall offers tutoring for lower-division math classes.
8. Library Social Media — instagram.com/uolibraries; facebook.com/uolibraries; twitter.com/uolibraries
Follow UO Libraries on social media; we post fun, informative, and useful content regularly. Be among the first to learn about special library events, exhibitions, and contests and awards.
9. Technology Tools
Laptops, graphing calculators, video game consoles, and a MakersSpace with equipment like a 3D printer, a router, and industrial sewing machine, the library has the technology resources you need for your research, assignments, and creative projects. Check it out!
10. Jobs at the UO Libraries — library.uoregon.edu/student/jobs
Looking for work? The library employs more students than any other academic unit on campus! For more information, visit and apply on Handshake.