Two key university websites — DuckWeb and Duck ID Self-Service — will be unavailable for more than a day this weekend while Information Services, the University of Oregon’s central information technology department, performs essential maintenance.
Both websites are scheduled to be down from 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 15, through 8 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 17.
Duck ID Self-Service is the website that UO students, faculty and staff use to manage their Duck IDs, including changing their passwords. A Duck ID is the username that comes before “@uoregon.edu” in an individual’s UO email address and is used for logging in to many campus services, including Canvas and the UO Secure wireless network.
DuckWeb is the website for checking UO grades, viewing pay stubs and changing personal information.
This weekend’s maintenance includes a routine upgrade to underlying systems. If the maintenance finishes ahead of schedule, the websites may be available sooner than planned. Any such early completion will be noted on the IT service status website.
Anyone with questions should contact the Technology Service Desk at 541-346-HELP (541-346-4357).
—By Nancy Novitski, University Communications