The UO Libraries offer a variety of support services to faculty, students, and staff. Electronic classrooms, audio visual equipment circulation and media production facilities are just a few of the services provided.
A service of the UO Libraries, the Blackboard course management system is an easy-to-use web-based tool for hosting syllabi, assignments, grades, discussion tools, and more. Your UO e-mail username and password is required for access. For support, visit the Blackboard Help page.
The Classroom Technology Group in the Center for Media and Educational Technologies (CMET) provides classroom design, training, and equipment distribution services to support the university's instructional programs.
CMET Consulting is the Library's primary service point for faculty who need assistance with the use of instructional technology outside the classroom. Its mission is to promote active learning through innovative use of technology.
Digital Scholarship Center
The Digital Scholarship Center provides consultation and tools to enhance research and teaching with digital technologies. The DSC has a sandbox lab, provides digital production, and offers a full range of web and multimedia design and development services to support teaching and research at the UO.
There are several wired and wireless classrooms located in the Knight Library. All of them offer computers for student and faculty use, as well as a variety of media and projection equipment.
Current UO students can borrow laptop computers from the Science Library. Digital cameras, camcorders, and other media equipment items are available from the Center for Media and Educational Technologies (CMET). Some similar equipment is also available at the Science Library. The Classroom Technology group in CMET also loans a variety of equipment to support instruction in university CRN classes.
The UO Libraries provide access to ArcMap/ArcGIS and a variety of datasets, available for download. ArcMap/ArcGIS is installed on the library's individual and collaborative workstations. For further information, contact the Map and Aerial Photography Library.
Learning Commons promote interactivity, exploration, discovery and community with a blend of expert research assistance, tutoring, advising, and technology. The UO Libraries provides learning commons facilities in Eugene (Knight, AAA, and Science Libraries) and Portland. Services include research consultation and instruction, academic and internet workstations, laptop checkout (Science Library only), and more >>
Current UO students, faculty, and staff can connect to electronic resources from off-campus. In order to do so, you will need to authenticate yourself by following the directions on the Off-Campus Access page.
The Center for Media and Educational Technologies offers a comprehensive range of professional television and video production services to the university community, state agencies, and non-profit organizations.
Both wired and wireless access areas are available at the UO Libraries. Wireless access is available in most public areas in the AAA, Knight, Law, Math, and Science libraries.
Take advantage of customized Workshops on Demand to build your technology skills through a wide range of training, from novice to advanced skill levels.