The Libraries will be hosting Kiptyn Locke, from LabArchives http://www.labarchives.com/, who will demonstrate their Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) platform on February 26, from 10:00-11:30 a.m., in Alexander Library’s Teleconference Lecture Hall, on the fourth floor.
From the LabArchives website, some of the reasons to consider using an electronic lab notebook are to:
- Organize your laboratory data
- Preserve all your data securely, including all versions of all files
- Share information within your laboratory
- Keep abreast of developments in your lab even when traveling
- Collaborate with investigators by sharing selected data from your ELN
- Publish selected data to specific individuals or the public
- Protect your intellectual property
In 2014 LabArchives became the only ELN member approved by Internet2 Net+. Enterprise site-wide licensing is held by numerous academic institutions such as Caltech, Cornell University, Yale University, UT Southwestern, Tufts University, University of Wisconsin, University of Sydney and many others.
As one of the early team members with LabArchives, Kiptyn Locke has met with academic institutions around the country to learn about their respective needs and interests, and to then work with LabArchives’ development team to continually evolve and enhance the product offering. Today Kiptyn has a dedicated focus helping to enhance data management tools and educational resources with academic institutions in the NorthEast.
I hope to see you on the 26th! For more information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org