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  • Classroom Technology Support The UO Libraries Center for Media and Educational Technologies (CMET) provides classroom design and equipment distribution services to support the instructional...
  • In order to set up your first blog, follow these steps: 1)  Go to http://blogs.uoregon.edu   2)  On the welcome page, choose 'UO Courses' or 'All Other Sites':      ...
  • SMART Boards combine the features of a white board with a computer. You can annotate your presentations on the fly with digital ink and save those notes for later or use the digital ink to increase...
  • Please note: This page is a work in progress. Please contact a committee member for more information. Purpose: For details on the Educational Technology Steering Committee, see Educational...
  • UO Blogs has a lot of themes to choose from. When you are first starting out, it number of themes to choose from can be overwhelming. To change your theme, go Appearance > Themes To help you...
  • UO Blogs can be used to create personal blogs. For information on creating course related blogs, see How to Create a UO-related Blog For all personal blog use, please use the themes titled UO...
  • For assistance with a blog for a course, see the following documentation: Creating Sudent Accounts Using One Gmail Account What Are the Different Roles of Users? Changing the Role of a User on a...
  • For assistance with UO Blogs, see the following documentation: Getting Started with Your Blog Add Files, Images, and Videos to your blogs Managing Plugins and Advanced Features in Your Blog...
  • Interested in using Webinar software for distance education, hybrid classes, or remote collaboration? UO staff, faculty and researchers can now sign up for iLinc webinar software accounts at a...
  • Four Column Themes Four column themes have one content column and three sidebars. The content column is often the same width as the other columns. This type of layout tends to be cluttered looking...
  • For a list of available widgets for UO Blogs, descriptions, and how to use the widget, see Widgets and What They're Used For.
  • UO Blogs has a number of plugins to choose from to help enhance your blog or site. To get started, we recommend activating the following plugins: Plugin Description AddThis...
  • Below is a list of roles that users may have and their capabilities: Role Capabilities Administrator Edit, write, and publish posts/ pages Edit other users...
  • UO Blogs can be used to create blogs for university groups. For information on how to set up a UO group blog, follow these instructions: Choose one person to create the site for the group. For...
  • Qualtrics is an easy-to-use survey software that can be implemented into your UO Blogs blog's posts or pages. Follow these instructions for embedding a Qualtrics Survey into your blog: Create your...
  • Plugins can extend and expand the functionality of your blog. To activate a plugin, follow these instructions: Go to Plugins in your dashboard Click Activate below the desired plugin. For...
  • In late 2011, the University of Oregon signed an agreement to participate in Apple's iTunes U. This page will be updated with more information on how to use the University of Oregon iTunes U. For...
  • Your blog has the ability to support many different types of media. Read the following links fopr directions on adding these elements to your posts. Inserting images Inserting a photo gallery...
  • Receiving comments from readers is a big part of any blog. The following links provide all the information you need to manage the comments from your readers efficiently. Introduction to comments...
  • There are plenty of advanced features that are available to you as a blogger, and these links will assist you in managing some of the more advanced and technical plugins. Activating your plugins...
  • We are the University of Oregon's resource center for language teaching and learning. UO offers regular (BA-satisfying) courses in 22 modern and classical languages, and additional instruction in 12...
  • Two Column Themes Two column themes for UO Blogs normally have a wide column for content with a narrower sidebar. These are the most common theme layout and location of the sidebar (left or right) is...
  • UO Blogs Support Flow (PDF) Name Reservation Policy (PDF) Change Management Process (PDF) Roles and Responsibility Matrix (PDF)
  • Three Column Themes Three column themes have either: Sidebars side-by-side on one side of the blog, or Sidebars on either side of the wider content column Theme Color and Customize...
  • The first time you log into blogs.uoregon.edu, an account will automatically be created for you. The following documentation provides information on how to modify your user account or blog...
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