- Location: Knight Library, First Floor
- Mail: 1299 University of Oregon
- Eugene, OR 97403-1299
COVID-19 Government Documents Collection statement
UO is a U.S. Federal depository library, however, UO Libraries are currently open only to UO users so there is limited public access to federal document collections.
Electronic government publications can be accessed via LibrarySearch and on govinfo. UO students, faculty and staff may request physical materials found in LibrarySearch. Public users may use interlibrary loan through their local public library, where available. See also the Libraries’ guide to Government Information.
The Government Information Librarian is available to help with the location of online government information. Send an email here.
The government publications collection contains publications from the governments of the United States, the European Union, Canada, Great Britain, the State of Oregon, and cities and counties in Oregon. Our online guide will help you navigate resources and provide links for assistance: http://researchguides.uoregon.edu/govinfo
If searching for maps please visit the Map guides: https://library.uoregon.edu/map-library
Reference service: Librarians are available to assist with research questions in person*, via e-mail, or by telephone* *(due to COVID these options not currently available)
Course-related instruction: Librarians support University instructors with relevant course-related classroom lectures, library tours, bibliographies, and group project consultation. Arrangements for such activities should be made at least two weeks in advance. Faculty and GTFs should contact the appropriate librarian to arrange for instruction.
Statistical support: The department is one of the four "coordinating agencies" of Oregon's State Data Center, affiliated with the U.S. Bureau of the Census. In that capacity, the department provides assistance to the University and the wider Oregon community in locating, retrieving, using, and interpreting available statistical data from governmental sources.
Patent searching: Useful resources include the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's patent databases and trademark databases, and the Official Gazettes of the US PTO. We can make no guarantees as to the completeness or accuracy of any search performed with our assistance.
Other Specific Guides:
- Government Information
- Government Information - Congressional
- Historic Documents
- International and Regional Studies
- Journalism:Gateway to Media
- Nonprofit Organizations
- Planning & Public Policy
- U.S. Constitution
- Searching for Government Documents in the UO catalog
- Locating Government Documents in Knight Library (map)
- Government Documents Citation Guides: Citing U.S. Government Publications;
- Researching Legislation, Laws, and Regulation