External resources can be found by using the UO's subscription to the Pivot database.
For support with developing transdisciplinary research proposals and connecting with other researchers on campus, please contact the Environment Initiative.
For assistance with, or to set up a personalized search in the PIVOT database, please contact Research Development Services.
Research and Data Justice Principles
- Research and Data Justice Principles
- Research Justice Principles: Further Resources
- Partnership Pedagogy Toolkit
- PNW Just Futures Institute for Racial and Climate Justice
The UO Libraries’ Digital Research, Education, and Media (DREAM) Lab is the university’s digital scholarship center. It is a donor-funded initiative intended to facilitate, support, and offer collaboration opportunities for faculty and graduate students working on digital scholarship and public-facing research and education projects. Librarians and information scientists offer support for everything from learning more about open digital scholarship methodologies to acquiring funds for open access scholarly publishing. Find support for your next project, whether it’s a digital exhibit, digital archives or collections, data dashboard, book companion website, interactive eBook, new open access journal, or another new open digital scholarly research or classroom initiative.
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