Eugene Academic Resources

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The University of Oregon’s main campus in Eugene offers a number of opportunities and resources to enhance and support the research, teaching, learning, and academic development of all graduate students.

Professional Development

Professional development helps ensure success within and beyond academia. We offer numerous drop in opportunities, seminars, and workshops on topics such as writing, oral communication, job searches, and time management.

Professional Development


Canvas and Educational Technology Support

Campuswide Canvas and educational technology support are provided by the UO Libraries’ Center for Media and Educational Technologies (CMET), located in Room 19 Knight Library.

Canvas Support for Instructors


Software and IT Services

A variety of software is provided free of charge in over eight computer labs and libraries on campus. Information Services staff can provide consulting or assistance with any software related questions.

A variety of training resources are also available. Log in with your DuckID to access and download software available through UO licenses.

Software Download Center

Information Technology Helpdesk

Connect with help and resources for software and apps, accounts and access, networking, file sharing and collaboration, desktop devices and more.

Service Portal


Accessible Education Center

The mission of the Accessible Education Center is to facilitate and support accessible education and inclusion of all students with disabilities in the university environment.

Located in 360 Oregon Hall, the AEC fosters systemic change across campus to increase accessibility and inclusivity across campus.

Accessible Education Center


Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center

The Tutoring and Academic Engagement Center, housed in the Knight Library, offers all students support in achieving their goals.

They have specialized services in math, writing, language, science, studying techniques, and graduate school preparation.

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UO Libraries Resources

Library Collections

The UO Libraries’ collection is the largest in Oregon, with nearly 17,000 journal subscriptions and over 3 million volumes.

The UO Libraries also provides access to Summit, a catalog of the cumulative collections of the Orbis Cascade Alliance, a consortium of 34 college and university libraries in Oregon and Washington.

Off-Campus Access to Electronic Resources

Connect from home or abroad to electronic journals, databases, and other library resources.

Subject Librarians

Connect with your subject specialist librarian for individualized help with your research or teaching needs.

Digital Consulting Services

Get help with digital projects, research data management, scholarly communication, instructional design, educational technology, DIY media and more.

Additional Library Resources, Services, and Info for Grad Students


Reservable Rooms and Spaces

Library Rooms

The University offers a variety of rooms, classrooms and facilities across campus libraries that can be reserved for individuals or small groups.

Event Space

University affiliated students, staff and groups can reserve a wide array of spaces on campus for hosting events. Indoor facilities range from small conference rooms through to large auditoriums and ballrooms. A number of outdoor spaces can also be reserved, including lawns and courtyards set amongst some of the most beautiful scenery on campus.

Other Reservable Spaces


Research Centers and Institutes

Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation

The Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation supports student research and provides services and resources in support of research and discovery at the University of Oregon.

Research Core Facilities

These world-class research facilities are overseen by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation.

Other Centers, Institutes and Research Groups

In addition to the research centers and institutes supported through the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation, the University of Oregon has many other centers, institutes, and research-related groups.