ENVS 199 Justice, Beauty and Nature
The UO Libraries have many ways of gathering information on sites in the Eugene area. Here are some suggestions:
- The Oregon Media Directory compiles links to more than 60 websites for Oregon newspapers, radio and TV stations, and community-oriented blogs. These sources will tend to be quite recent.
- The Oregon Newspapers Index provides citations to more historic content in The Register-Guard and The Daily Emerald.
- Kenneth Knapp's guide to Trees on the Oregon Campus will help you identify trees, and the UO's Architecture Librarian, Ed Teague, has prepared a fascinating time line and bibliography on trees of the UO campus.
- Ed Teague's Architecture of the University of Oregon is the definitive source for locating information and images of campus buildings.
- The UO Office of Admissions has prepared a number of photo and video shots of life on campus.
- The Library's MAPS service will provide aerial photographs of local areas, showing how they looked and have changed over time.
Many materials relating to the campus and Eugene area are located in the Libraries' Special Collections and University Archives department, located on the 2nd floor of the Knight Library. Please note SCUA's policies on using their materials.
In addition, if you are looking for articles from academic journals, try this subject-oriented approach.
Paul Frantz - October 2012