UO Libraries

Illuminated manuscript from special collections.
November 7

UO Libraries offers special collections research internships

The paid positions let undergraduates learn about research and work on their own projects
Photo studio
November 4

Professional headshot photos offered at UO Libraries

Anyone who needs a passport-type photo can stop by the Knight Library on Nov. 23
Oculus in Knight Library
October 28

Library to hold student discussion on different forms of privilege

The Nov. 2 event will let students ask questions and explore the topic
Coffee cup on green background with ducks
October 19

Classroom technology is the subject of library coffee series

Four sessions around campus offer a chance to talk and ask questions
Main entrance to the Price Science Library
October 11

New Price Science Library raises the UO's research profile

The new building marks a major leap forward for the UO's science enterprise
The digitization workstation in the Center for Media and Educational Technologies.
October 10

For those still using VHS tapes, it's time to digitize

UO Libraries can help convert the old technology before tape becomes obsolete or unplayable
Study area in the Knight Library
October 5

Knight Library changes hours to fit student habits

The building will close during hours when it gets little use but will have staff available later
Coffee shop in the Price Science Library
September 28

Elements Ca-Fe now open in Allan Price Science Library

The new coffee spot bring snacks and beverages to an underserved part of campus
African-Americans working in a bean field, 1947
September 23

Take a look into the past at UO Libraries’ Archives Fest

The Oct. 1 event offers a behind-the-scenes look at the UO's special collections
Lara Bovilisky
September 19

Professor's new digital tool puts Shakespeare in his place

'Time's Pencil' provides context that makes the Bard's life even more interesting