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.
DIBELS Data System: The Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) is a set of standardized, individually administered measures of early literacy development. The DIBELS Data System is a service that allows schools to enter DIBELS scores online to generate automated reports and analyses.
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.