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Support for large and medium format printing and vinyl cutting.

Account setup for business applications like Banner, AppWorx, DuckDocs, etc.

Provides software support for classes that are traditionally supported by a physical computer lab.

Request support with Canvas and Instructional Design. Some of the areas of support are: Canvas tools, setting up a Canvas course site, help with instructional design.

Technology purchasing assistance for Employees of the College of Arts and Sciences, and units supported by College of Arts and Science Information Technology (CASIT) services.

For support issues pertaining to technology within classrooms managed directly by academic units.

This service has been merged with the Office/Departmental Printing Support, click to request help.

The College of Design offers copy/scanning/printing from a select group for Xerox copiers located in our facilities for faculty, staff, and GEs.

The College of Design Technology Services provides technology purchasing assistance to all faculty and staff within the College, as well as outlying research groups and institutes. We also offer guidance to College of Design students for purchasing technology equipment per their program.

College of Design Technology Services (DesignTech) offers network file storage for academic courses free of charge. Course folders are available on a term by term basis.

For instructors requesting a new folder, please provide your Class Number and the appropriate CRN information below.

For students requesting access, please provide your class number and instructor name.

The College of Design schedules and manages six instructional labs and two open labs for the college in various buildings across campus.

The College of Design schedules and manages six instructional labs and two open labs for the college in various buildings across campus.

The College of Design will offer access to certain software applications during the Spring Term of 2020. Applications may include Rhino\VRay and Multiframe.

This service allows your supported IT department or Technology Support Desk to be notified of any issue relating to operational use of employee devices like computers, laptops or other devices.

Request assistance with Duck Bucks readers or request the setup of a new location to accept Duck Bucks payments.

Your Duck ID is the first part of your UO email address before the @ sign. You use your Duck ID and associated password to log in to many services at UO, including e-mail, wireless, and Canvas.