This page lists resources that are available to:
- all UO students that are conducting research or interested in getting started in research, and
- faculty interested in supporting and advancing undergraduate research and creative scholarship at the UO
Students can schedule a meeting with UROP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the following:
- How to prepare to get involved in research
- Finding external research opportunities
- Navigating the opportunities at UO
- Presenting or publishing your research
Conducting research ethically and responsibly is incredibly important for a variety of reasons including objectivity, integrity, academic rigor, avoiding conflict of interest, and protecting human subjects and animals.
- BrowZine allows for electronic browsing of online journals in an easy to use and functionally designed format. Gone are the days of clunky journal searches. Get started at https://browzine.com/libraries/38/subjects
- The UO Library has Subject Librarians that are appointed liaisons to the university’s academic departments and programs. They are available to assists students with accessing information resources that will meet your research and creative scholarship needs. Find your Subject Librarian: http://library.uoregon.edu/subject-librarians
- The UO Library keeps a listing of research spaces that are available to UO undergraduate students: http://library.uoregon.edu/general/study-spaces
- The UO Library has extensive Research Guides categorized by subject. These guides include information on getting started in research in specific subject, a list of scholarly/peer-reviewed journals, and much more. Find the research guide for your subject area: http://researchguides.uoregon.edu/
Citation Guides and Management Software
- This UO Library has created a guide that contains a select list of resources for properly citing your sources and avoiding plagiarism: http://researchguides.uoregon.edu/citing-plagiarism
Topics covered in this handbook include, defining undergraduate research, the teaching-research nexus, engaging students in research, mentoring undergraduate students in research, and the benefits of undergraduate research & creative scholarship.
Research Opportunities for Students
Are you working with a talented undergraduate student and want to assist them with finding internal and external funding opportunities? UROP has a listing of the opportunities available to students at the UO and at external institutions.