Message from CMAE team on CMAE closure; advising; resources.
To schedule an appointment, log into Navigate with your Duck ID: http://uo.campus.eab.com or call the front desk at 541-346-3479. You can also access the CMAE Advising Helpdesk live Chat Monday-Friday from 10am- 12pm & 1pm-4pm
- You can access the CMAE Advising Helpdesk live Chat Monday – Friday from 9am – 4 pm PDT
- Drop-in advising is accessible Monday – Friday from 1 0am – 12 pm PDT and 1 pm - 4 pm PDT
- Holiday Closures: The CMAE will be closed Friday, June 18, 2021, Monday, July 5, 2021, and Monday, September 6, 2021
Please rely on the UO webpage for COVID-19 Updates and Information. You will find information and resources re: books, online classes, and other FAQs.
- Please download Microsoft Teams, as we will be advising remotely. More information here.
- How to get Advising and other information and resources are here.
- Student FAQ on https://is.uoregon.edu/remote to help you navigate technology needs for the remote education environment, including internet access.
Additional important information:
- Comcast is offering 2 months of free internet connectivity to those in need, as well as $150 computers.https://www.internetessentials.com/ free Comcast for 2 months program and low-cost computer sales (criteria apply).
- Using EDUROAM to connect online for free at another campus near your home:https://service.uoregon.edu/TDClient/2030/Portal/KB/ArticleDet?ID=33004
- How to get tech help: https://service.uoregon.edu/TDClient/2030/Portal/KB/ArticleDet?ID=31704
- Some free resources for students: Adobe creative cloud: https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-enables-distance-learning-globally-schools-impacted-covid-19/?fbclid=IwAR1DZryJ1tTLncOeSeK65PJBsCpcWKyoPgQPI-fY7WGUcBOamLhoW_arO9g
We also want to caution everyone to be skeptical information you receive, whether in person or over social media. There is good, solid information available, but overall: there are many complex factors that influence what information is available and when, what scientists and researchers are able to conclude from available data and research, and how that information is shared with us. A website created by Mike Caulfield, a digital information literacy expert at Washington State University, is a resource for learning how to verify information: https://infodemic.blog/ It is quick, succinct, and easy to follow. Most importantly, it will equip you with simple, accessible skills to quickly identify false information online.
Take care, stay healthy, and be kind to one another.