Crater Lake Digital Research Collection
A digital collection of Crater Lake Park-related materials for researchers, educators, and others. This is a collaborative project between the Oregon Institute of Technology Library and Crater Lake National Park.
Geo-Heat Digital Library
A digital collection of documents on geothermal energy. This is a collaborative project between the Oregon Institute of Technology Library and the Geo-Heat Center.
GLO Survey Notes Mapping
This project is comprised of General Land Office original public land survey notes manually transcribed onto the respective U.S. Geological Survey topographic 7.5' quadrangle maps. These notes contain valuable information regarding site conditions at the time of the survey, mid 1800's- early 1900's.
Klamath Project Annual Histories: Oregon-California
The annual project histories included in the Klamath Waters Digital Library are digitized versions of the histories published by the U.S. Bureau or reclamation from 1903-1964. These histories provide descriptions of the project management.
Klamath Waters Digital Library
A digital library of information related to water issues in the Klamath watershed.
Oregon Tech Thesis and Master Project Collection
Masters students may complete theses or masters projects as part of their degree. This collection offers documents produced in the following programs: Civil Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Renewable Energy Engineering.
Oregon Tech Student Capstone Projects
Many of the programs at Oregon Tech require a student capstone project. Students must also complete a detailed report on their project. This collection provides access to some of these capstone projects dating to 2009.
WRI 227 Tech reports
Previous tech reports are provided for student use. You will need your Oregon Tech logon and password to access this collection. Find print tech reports or more about this collection.
The Crater Lake, Klamath Waters, and Klamath Project Annual Histories were supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Oregon State Library.