University of Oregon

Accounts

An account is what gives you access to an online service. Examples include your email and Canvas.

To log into an account, you must provide a username and password. Many but not all services on campus use your Duck ID and password. Briefly, your Duck ID is the part to the left of the @ sign in your email address.

There's a difference between your Duck ID and UO ID number

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  • Your DuckID password expires every 180 days. If you have forgotten your password or are unable to login to webmail, Blackboard, or other services that use DuckID, there are several options for...
  • At the University you have at least two "usernames": Duck ID UO ID Number Your Duck ID is for general use; it is used for logging into Canvas, UOnet (wireless internet), e-mail, VPN and...
  • This page covers e-mail basics. If you are faculty or staff, check with your local computer support group for help setting up an e-mail client.  The university has a policy regarding email...
  • As of Aug. 31, 2016, the Tech Desk is located in the Computing Center. (view UO map | view Google map) The Information Services Technology Service Desk (Tech Desk) is...
  • You must be faculty or staff to request a role or department account (also known as a non-person account). Role/Department accounts fall into the following use categories. Accounts for other...
  • The link below may be used to request a password reset for the following applications: Banner Banner Test AppWorx Test Resource25 Resource25 Test Singularity (Document Imaging) Singularity...
  • The passwords for your Duck ID must be changed every 180 days. Your Duck ID is the part of your UO email that comes before the "@uoregon.edu" (example: username@uoregon.edu). If you don't have an UO...
  • KeePass is a fast, free, and open source program that securely saves account information and passwords directly onto your computer. Store tens or hundreds of passwords and remember only one! Note:...
  • The Information Services Tech Desk is committed to supporting University-affiliated students, faculty and staff with their computing needs. We are located in 151 McKenzie Hall, and our hours of...
  • For account or login problems check your Duck ID: http://it.uoregon.edu/services/duck-id UO Libraries provides training and help on how to best use Blackboard in your courses. Students get help...
  • Our password reset process has changed.  Please visit this website for information on how to reset your DuckID password: How to Change or Reset Your DuckID Password   If you are trying to...
  • Overview: At the UO, employees have two sets of login information. The first is the UO ID number and PAC, and the second is a DuckID and password. Understanding the steps in the process is very...
  • Overview Departments sometimes have a need to provide computing services to individuals who are not formally affiliated with the University but are involved in university related activities....
  • This video shows how to claim your Duck ID, which gives you access to UO services such as Webmail, Canvas, and the campus wifi:     Here is a written version of these instructions: Make...
  •   For text directions, see How to Change Your Duck ID Password. For more information regarding your Duck ID, see UO Accounts: Duck ID and UO ID Number. For help, contact the Technology...
  • Login Information At UO, you have two sets of login information. The first is your Duck ID and password and the second is your UO ID number and PAC.   Duck ID + password UO ID...
  • Identity and Access Management Welcome to the University of Oregon Identity and Access Management home page. This site provides information about the Identity and Access Management project and...
  • We provide a variety of services to support your Identity Management and online security needs. Central Web Sign-on Services Our Central Web Sign-on Services eliminates the need for you to manage...
  • Identity Management Service Our Identity Management Service provides "Identifier" service provisioning and management, and data integration with source systems such as Banner. Below are some...
  • LDAP Directory Service Our LDAP Directory Service provides a centralized repository of authoritative user (or identity) data that can be leveraged by other services and applications. For example, the...
  • Duck ID Eligibility and Technology Access Rules Listed below are some informational links regarding Duck ID eligibility and technology access rules: Affiliation Types Affiliation Resource Access...
  • The Shibboleth Service Provider is supported on Windows 2003 and 2008 and both IIS 6 and IIS 7. It is implemented as an ISAPI filter that communicates with the Shibboleth service (analagous to shibd...
  • Announcing Release of New Test Shibboleth Service Attention Shibboleth Users,   We are pleased to announce the release of our new Test Shibboleth service. If you have a development or test...
  • Shibboleth relies on two components to be integrated with your web application. The first is a stand-alone server process that runs in the background (shibd) that will communicate with the Identity...
  • To facilitate onboarding, an Exchange Administrator or Organizational Unit Administrator may request early creation of a DuckID account for new employees with the following affiliations:...
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