Government Information is now available through this guide: http://researchguides.uoregon.edu/govinfo
COVID-19 Government Documents Collection statement
UO is a U.S. Federal depository library, however, UO Libraries are 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.
- 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
UO Programs & Courses
- PPPM Capstone & Terminal Projects
- HIST 407/507: Environmental History of the Pacific NW
- History 407/507: Indian Nations & the U.S.