The University of Oregon has a number of nationally and internationally recognized research projects that make their materials available to the public through online orders.
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easyCBM: The easyCBM system was developed by educational researchers at the University of Oregon in close collaboration with school district partners across the United States. It is designed to give teachers insight into which of their students may need additional instructional supports as well as to provide a means by which they can measure the effectiveness of their teaching.
intoCAREERS: The intoCAREERS program at UO develops information and software to assist people in making informed career choices. Their software system delivers high-quality national and local information about occupations, employment, education and training for students and adults.
ORCIS: The Oregon Career Information System (ORCIS) provides occupational information and education for students and adults in Oregon.
roGFP: Redox-sensitive green fluorescent proteins were developed by Dr. James Remington at UO and are available to the research community through Addgene.
SWIS: The School-Wide Information System (SWIS) is a web-based information system designed to help school personnel to use office referral data to design school-wide and individual student interventions.
TNT: The TNT package is a complete suite of computer programs for optimizing the fit of macromolecular models to x-ray crystallographic data, developed by Dr. Dale Tronrud at UO.
ZIRC: The Zebrafish International Resource Center (ZIRC) provides zebrafish and zebrafish research tools to the research community.