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Getting Started with Research: An Overview of the Process

A guide through the library research process. Contact a librarian for more!

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Finding Open Access or Creative Commons Images

Open Access image icon from noun projectLocating and using openly licensed, creative commons, or public domain content is a great alternative to requesting permissions or doing a fair use analysis on copyrighted images or other educational content. The following sites are a good starting point for your search:

Still not finding what you need?

If you have questions related to a field or discipline, consider reaching out to a Subject Librarian by email, phone, or by scheduling an appointment for a free consultation:

Streaming Video Databases

Below are streaming video databases that the UO Libraries subscribes to. All of the individual titles in the databases can be found in LibrarySearch.

General Image Resources

Finding Primary Sources

UO Libraries primary sources collections offer extraordinary research opportunities. Particular strengths include Oregon heritage: history and politics, the University of Oregon, documentary photography, lives of women, intentional communities and alternative voices, pioneers and tribal peoples. With thousands of complex collections to choose from, finding just what you need can be hard. We offer the following resources:

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