This page provides summary information about research resources available to new OSU faculty and instructors. Links go to pages with more complete information.
From OSU Libraries, access more than 360 databases, 68,975 unique electronic journal titles and millions of monographs. Recognizing the desire of students and faculty to have 24/7 access to information, the Libraries are rapidly shifting from print to digital.
INTERLIBRARY LOAN (ILL)
Can’t find what you need? Use ILL to request books, journal articles, videos, theses, dissertations, conference proceedings and more. We use our extensive partnerships with regional library consortiums, the Center for Research Libraries and international libraries to get what you need. Most materials are delivered electronically to your email and arrive within a few business days.
SUGGEST A PURCHASE
Want a book, journal or other resource added to library collections? Send your requests to:
Oregon State University’s digital service for collecting, preserving and providing open access to the intellectual output of the University. Work with us to
deposit your research.
Talk with us about how we can help you create, manage, distribute and preserve your publications.
DATA MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Consult with our Data Management Specialist to develop your data management plan and learn how we can help you manage and preserve your data.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AND ARCHIVES RESEARCH CENTER
Consider using these primary sources in your next research project. Subject strengths include the History of Science, Linus Pauling, OSU history, Natural
Resources, and Multiculturalism in Oregon.
Apply for the Special Collections & Archives Resident Scholar Program
GRADUATE STUDENTS AND FACULTY WORKSHOPS
Learn about the resources the library offers for advanced research and scholarly activity.
We offer you (and your students) individual research consultations via text, chat, email, phone, and personal visit.