Frequently Asked Questions
- What kind of resources can I access?
- Popular magazine articles
- Research journal articles
- Newspaper articles
- Digitized special collections from Oregon colleges and universities, such as photographs, manuscripts, diaries, and unpublished material
- Job skills development tools
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- What kind of questions can I ask a librarian?
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- Information you need to do projects like gardening, woodworking, or car repair
- Answers to quick questions like What is the capital of Iran?, What movie won best picture at the Oscars in 1975?, or What was the average price of Xerox stock in 1980?
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- What is a database?
A video explanation of library research databases can be found on the OSLIS web site.
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