Portland, Oregon Libraries
- Amy R. Goldsmith Library at Beth Israel Temple.
- Multnomah County Library. "Multnomah County Library is the oldest public library west of the Mississippi, with a history that reaches back to 1864. Today, Central Library and the other 18 neighborhood libraries that make up the library system house about 700 computer search stations for the public and a collection of two million books and other library materials.
As Oregon's largest public library, Multnomah County Library serves nearly one-fifth of the state's population with a wide variety of programs and services."
- Portland State University Library. "The Portland State University Library is integrated into Portland State University's instructional and scholarly fabric, and is actively involved with local, regional, and national user communities. The Library plays an increasingly central role in both university and regional interests."
- University of Oregon Libraries. "The University of Oregon Libraries supports students and faculty members in all UO Portland programs through its Library and Learning Commons branch, located at 24 Northwest First Avenue in the White Stag Block at the UO in Portland facility. We also provide students with a complete virtual library accessible through the UO Libraries website and online catalogs.
The UO Portland Library and Learning Commons serves as a focal point for the Portland site, bringing students and faculty members together in an interactive, collaborative learning environment that creates a strong sense of community.
Services include integrated access to traditional print resources and electronic resources, professional help in locating and retrieving relevant material through library consortial networks, and technical assistance in using information technology..."