DSS Workshops & Spaces

Events & Workshops

Please join the UO Libraries in this 3 part workshop series on getting familiarized with WordPress! There is no previous experience needed, and the University of Oregon even hosts your WordPress site for you. We’ll be exploring how to use WordPress together via UO Blogs. This remote workshop will introduce learners to digital humanities projects built with WordPress, identifying different elements of WordPress websites, setting up a WordPress website using UO Blogs, and making WordPress pages and menus.
Please join the UO Libraries in this 3 part workshop series on getting familiarized with WordPress! There is no previous experience needed, and the University of Oregon even hosts your WordPress site for you. We’ll be exploring how to use WordPress together via UO Blogs. This remote workshop will introduce learners to adding text and images to pages and posts, embedding video and documents, and basic accessibility considerations (using of headings, alt tags, colors, contrast, and type size).
Please join the UO Libraries in this 3 part workshop series on getting familiarized with WordPress! There is no previous experience needed, and the University of Oregon even hosts your WordPress site for you. We’ll be exploring how to use WordPress together via UO Blogs. This remote workshop will introduce learners to customizing the website theme (changing layout, using footer, widgets, and buttons) and using drag and drop page builder for additional flexibility and versatility.

Digital Scholarship Spaces & Labs

The MakerSpace has laser and vinyl cutters, embroidery and heavy-duty sewing machines, lamination, a mini mill, and more. Some machines and tools will be unavailable during fall 2020 due to the difficulty of cleaning them between users.
50-million-pixel screen for viewing high-definition images and data visualization. Available for instructional and research uses by reservation only. For fall term 2020, we will only be allowing groups of six or fewer, who remain socially distanced within the room, to use the space.
A new, vibrant Digital Research, Education, and Media (DREAM) is proposed for the Knight Library Academic Commons This is an initiative intended to facilitate continued integration and expansion of digital scholarship and educational technology services for the University.