The Oregon Digital Library Project provides a searchable portal for a number of digital collections created by institutions around the state of Oregon. At present, the ODL gateway can search and index approximately 500,000 items.
While new collections are added all the time, the Oregon Digital Library Project currently indexes and searches the following collections:
The OSU and UO Libraries' Digital Collections are created to support the teaching and research mission of the Oregon University System. The collections are composed of unique digitized and born digital materials including photographs, journal articles, sheet music, manuscripts, ephemera, and more. The collections are managed by UO Digital Library Initiatives and OSU Libraries Digital Access Services.
The Oregon State University Libraries Special Collections is home to a number of archival and book collections, most of which focus on the history of twentieth-century science and technology. Our primary mission is to preserve and provide access to the Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers.
NWDA provides access to descriptions of primary sources in the Northwestern United States, including correspondence, diaries, or photographs. Digital reproductions of primary sources are available in some cases.
The Southern Oregon Digital Archives (SODA) was funded originally by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). From July of 2001 through December of 2004, IMLS funding enabled Hannon Library to create a digital library of over 1,500 documents in two collections, the Bioregion Collection and First Nations Collection. The digitized books, documents, and articles were drawn from Hannon Libraryâ€™s rich collections of federal, state, and county publications, other library materials, and from outreach to regional agencies. Public access to the SODA database began in October 2002
Welcome to Lewis & Clark College's Digital Collections. These collections feature high-resolution digital files of photographs, architectural drawings, newpapers, broadsides, and documents from the College's Archives and Special Collections. Collections are browsable, searchable, and in some cases images are fully downloadable.
ScholarsArchive@OSU is Oregon State University's digital service for gathering, indexing, making available and storing the scholarly work of the Oregon State University community. It also includes materials from outside the institution in support of the university's land, sun, sea and space grant missions and other research interests.
Purpose/Scope: Scholars' Bank is the open access repository for the intellectual work of faculty, students and staff at the University of Oregon. Open access journals, student projects, theses, dissertations, pre and post-print articles, instructional resources and university archival material are all candidates for deposit.
Photographs of Oregon, digitized and searchable online, with special focus on the City of Salem and other Willamette Valley communities. Enter your search terms in the white space above and click on "search" or, for more precision, click on the Advanced Search link below. Also, visit our Salem History web site for additional facts and links to historic resources in the Salem area. Other resources are available at the Salem Public Library.
The Oregon Health & Science University Digital Resources Library (DRL) houses collections of multimedia digital objects (text, images, sound clips and video clips) related to health sciences, engineering, and biomedical research. In general, faculty, staff, and students of the Oregon Health & Science University may use items with no restrictions and members of the public may use items from the Digital Resources Library for non-profit educational purposes and personal research. Please see the Rights notice on each item as certain items may have further restrictions for both OHSU staff and the public. Please give credit to the itemâ€™s creator(s) as listed on each individual object description page.
Academic Commons provides reliable, long-term access to digital works produced by Willamette University community members. The Commons is sponsored by the Mark O. Hatfield Library and Willamette Integrated Technology Services.
Welcome to the Digital Commons @ WOU. This institutional repository is managed by Hamersly Library. We provide open access to published and unpublished scholarly and creative works, research, publications, and reports contributed by WOU faculty, staff, students, and others. The repository includes digital materials from University Archives and campus departments.
Portland State University's Digital Repository is a system that brings together and preserves the University's research, unique resources, and other scholarly output, with the goal to provide persistent, usually open access to that work. The Repository can be an excellent mechanism to use for copies of published articles and conference papers, where the authors hold copyright and want to expand access to their articles. Learning objects, presentations, dissertations, and other works not published elsewhere can also be published in the Repository.
Digital@SOU consists of the three text-rich collections of the Southern Oregon Digital Archives (SODA) -- Bioregion, First Nations, and History Collections -- and numerous image collections about the history, culture, people, and places of southern Oregon. eScholarship@SOU, Southern Oregon Universityâ€™s open access institutional repository, makes available faculty and student creative work, including theses, projects, papers, and other artifacts of scholarship.
Founded in 2011, Washington County Heritage Online (WCHO) seeks to document the unique heritage of Washington County, Oregon. We aim to: â€¢digitize and display items of historical and cultural importance â€¢celebrate local history â€¢encourage cooperation between archives, historical societies, libraries, museums, and other cultural organizations â€¢allow for wider access to the unique materials found in Washington County â€¢train contributors to adhere to standards that create consistency and allows for WCHO to contribute to regional and national projects