UO Blogs is an easy-to-use academic blogging and web publishing service for the University of Oregon community. Students, faculty, and staff can use the service to quickly create blogs or websites for courses, groups, or individual use. UO Blogs offers a variety of themes and plugins to choose from to help customize your blog or website. To get started, go to blogs.uoregon.edu and log in with your DuckID and password (the same i.d. used for uoregon email and Blackboard).
Welcome! This is a personal UfoliO site moved to wordpress.com for further development. UfoliO was a pilot project at the University of Oregon (2009-2011) to use WordPress in a multi-user environment as a personalized, easy-to-use blogging and web publishing environment. Target uses during the pilot included:
- Students: as an online workspace for project development, reflection, and sharing of curricular and extracurricular learning and research.
- Instructors: to encourage scholarly exchange, clarify expectations, and highlight excellence
- Groups and programs: to build hubs for academic communities, interdisciplinary instructional and research initiatives, and activities that fall outside of departmental curricula such as new student orientation, summer readings, and living-learning events.
During summer 2011, the UfoliO team is working with the user community to archive selected sites in the UO’s institutional repository and identify alternatives for ongoing hosting and support. For more information, see:
If you have any questions, feel free to comment below or send inquiries c/o firstname.lastname@example.org