Digital Collections and Exhibits

The University of Oregon Libraries' digital collections provide free online access to millions of items — images, text, audio and video — that enrich and support the work of UO's faculty, researchers, students and staff.

Digital exhibits highlight materials in the University of Oregon Libraries' extensive collections. Digital exhibits are often created to provide ongoing representations of physical exhibits that happen in the Libraries. See all of the Libraries' current digital exhibits.

The following are a selection of digital collections and exhibits provided by the UO Libraries.

Institutional repository with faculty articles, data, and student works, including theses and dissertations. 

Over 230 digital collections from University of Oregon Libraries and Oregon State University Libraries. 

This full-text searchable database contains over 2.3 million pages from Oregon newspapers dated 1846-2023. 

Digital access to rare or unique sound recordings and moving images. 

Over 4,000 digitized e-books and a database of full text web resources related to East Asia. 

A digital archive of the University of Oregon website and other select website archiving projects. 

Among the many wonders archived in our Special Collections is a strange menagerie of monsters, ghosts, and demons hailing from Japan. This digital exhibit takes you inside their world. 

This exhibit offers a visual journey through the history of athletics at UO, with a special emphasis on track and field. 

An exhibit about the renowned science fiction writer who kept her true identity secret.