University of Oregon

UO's InCommon membership eases Research.gov access

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University of Oregon faculty and research staff can now use their Duck IDs and passwords to log in to Research.gov and to access research-related services at a variety of partner institutions across the U.S.

 

This convenient access is a benefit of the university's new partnership with the InCommon Federation's Research and Scholarship services. In the same way that you can use a single username and password — specifically, your Duck ID — to access a variety of secure services at the UO, federated log-in allows you to access Research.gov and a collection of other services, tools, and information at other institutions without having to track yet another username and password.

 

Instructions for logging in to Research.gov using your Duck ID are available at https://it.uoregon.edu/node/4337.

 

In addition to Research.gov access, InCommon's Research and Scholarship category offers tools such as FileSender, where you can temporarily store and share files up to 1TB in size, sidestepping email system restrictions that prevent the sending of large attachments. Log in to FileSender at https://filesender.internet2.edu. Learn more at http://www.internet2.edu/products-services/filesender/.

 

For a complete list of services available to InCommon participants, see the Service Provider list at https://incommon.org/federation/info/all-sp-categories.html#SPs.

 

The University of Oregon was one of the first 100 institutions to join InCommon's Research and Scholarship category. UO also partners with InCommon for security certificates.

 

UO's participation in InCommon is provided by Information Services in support of the university's research mission.