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Home Economics at Oregon State

SCARC Resources Available Digitally

Oregon Digital
Content digitized from SCARC's collections lives in Oregon Digital. The collections are comprised of unique digitized and born-digital materials including photographs, publications, manuscripts, ephemera, and more. The collections of Oregon Digital are primarily created to support the teaching and research missions of the University of Oregon and Oregon State University. Under the facet "Institution" on the left side, limit your search to Oregon State University. 

Media Space
Digitized audio and film materials, including sports games, oral histories, and vintage films. Including: 

OSU's institutional repository. Members of OSU's community use this digital repository for research, scholarship, and historical records. OSU Libraries is responsible for collecting, maintaining, preserving, and providing access to the items in ScholarsArchive@OSU.  Yous can search for Oregon State publications and theses or dissertation or by keyword for papers relating to women or home economics.

Online Research Portals

OSU Buildings History LibGuide

This guide collects OSU Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC) resources for researchers working on class papers and theses, scholars studying various topics related to buildings’ histories, faculty and staff seeking information about Oregon State’s administrative history, as well as the broader OSU community wanting to learn more about local history.

"Women's Words, Women's Work" exhibit

This website is a companion to a physical exhibit of the same name mounted in the Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC) from June to December 2018. It explores the social and cultural expectations that have framed women's experiences on the Oregon State campus over 150 years and makes extensive use of SCARC's manuscript, photograph and oral history collections.  There is also a LibGuide to accompany the exhibit!

Sites with a focus on Oregon specific Digital Content

Map of Original Land Grant for Oregon Agricultural CollegeIf you're looking for already-digitized content relating to Oregon and its history, a wide variety of additional sites are available to search from the comfort - and safety - of your own home, including: