Libraries of Oregon
Libraries of Oregon is a website that connects Oregon residents to statewide library resources and local public libraries. From here you can access databases that house articles, video clips, podcasts, and images from encyclopedias, almanacs newspapers, and magazines or use the 24/7 ask-a-librarian service to satisfy their information needs. These subscription databases, which are not freely available on the internet, and the ask-a-librarian service are paid with federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds administered by the Oregon State Library. Oregon public libraries offer these same resources locally, and you can use the library locator to find your nearest public library.
How do I use these databases?
Which databases am I searching?
Business Insights: Global
Educator's Reference Complete
Gale Virtual Reference Library
Health & Wellness Resource Center with Alternative Health Module
Health Reference Center Academic
InfoTrac Junior Edition
InfoTrac Student Edition
Junior Reference Collection
National Geographic Kids
Nursing Resource Center
Small Business Resource Center
Student Resources in Context
U.S. History in Context
The InfoTrac Collections database contains the following collections:
Business Economics and Theory
Communications and Mass Media Collection
Criminal Justice Collection
Culinary Arts Collection
Environmental Studies and Policy Collection
Fine Arts and Music Collection
Gardening, Landscape and Horticulture Collection
Home Improvement Collection
Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Collection
Nursing and Allied Health Collection
Open Access Databases
State of Oregon: Employment Department: The Employment Department was created in 1993. The department is an active partner in the development of the state's workforce.
CareerBuilder: Looking for a new job? Get advice or search over 1.6 million jobs on the largest job site, set alerts to be first in line and have new jobs emailed to you.
Indeed: Click here to find millions of jobs from thousands of company web sites, job boards and newspapers. one search. all jobs.
Monster: Find the job that's right for you. Use Monster's resources to create a killer resume, search for jobs, prepare for interviews, and launch your career.
Online practice tests, skills-building for math, reading, and writing, and career development tools.
The Oregon Digital Newspaper Program (ODNP) is an initiative by the University of Oregon to digitize historic newspaper content and make it available to the public.
The Oregon Digital Library is a joint initiative by the Oregon State University Library and the State Library of Oregon that seeks to provide a comprehensive search portal for digital collections in Oregon.
Learn to research.
Research to learn.
For print-disabled Oregonians: Digital talking books and more from the Oregon State Library