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Researching Subjects in the Meeting Minutes of the OSBHE Utilizing Indices of Board Minutes


The electronic version of the indices of the meeting minutes of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education (OSBHE) is intended to be used as a finding aid to assist in topical research. The indices are designed to be used in conjunction with printed versions of the Board minutes. They are not intended to be used in conjunction with electronic versions of the minutes of the Board, but may be used to pinpoint at what meeting(s) certain subjects have been discussed.


Indices can be accessed by clicking the individual year and using the Find In Page feature of your web browser.


a) Make a list of the topic, year(s), and page number(s) pertaining to research you want conduct from the "hits" you received in Part II above.

b) Visit a location that maintains a set of Board minutes for reference. Use your list of topics and locations within the minutes to find your topic(s) and complete your research. The OUS Archives maintains the official copy of the minutes of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education.

Part IV. Reference Sets of Minutes Available

Reference copies of minutes are available in the Board's Office located in Susan Campbell Hall on the campus of the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon; in the OUS Archives located in room B093 in the basement of the Kerr Administration Building on the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis, Oregon; and at the Oregon State University Archives on the third floor of the Valley Library, also on the OSU campus. Other reference sets may be available throughout the system.