Subject specialist librarians have experience in identifying resources and information in your discipline. You can request a consultation for one-on-one assistance with literature searching, citation management, or finding funding opportunities. Training is available for faculty, students, and research personnel on formulating search strategies, locating needed information, managing references and data, evaluating the impact of your publications, developing your scholarly profile, and tools for collaborative authorship.
Digital Scholarship Services provides guidance on scholarly communication, digital asset management, digital preservation, training, consultations, instructional design, and tools for digital scholarship, teaching, and learning.
Data Services assists University of Oregon researchers with the organization, management, and curation of data— from creating a data management plan and finding the right kinds of data for your research to software training and assistance .
Special Collections & University Archives holds over 3,000 collections; more than a million items ranging from medieval codices and rare books to literary and historical manuscripts, university archives, original art, photographs, film, architectural drawings, and ephemera.
Research Proxy: The University of Oregon Library Proxy Program allows UO Faculty to designate one person to act as representative when checking materials out from the Library.