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LabArchives is available for FREE for labs and researchers

Posted On: Wednesday, January 06, 2016 Posted By: Byron Deane Tags: Information Technology, Lab Tools, outlook, software

UMMS IT Research Computing Services and the Lamar Soutter Library are excited to tell you about the new UMMS ELN system from LabArchives, LLC.  Through a Medical School Enterprise Site license, LabArchives is available for FREE for labs and researchers to start using immediately.  LabArchives is flexible and intuitive electronic notebook system that  supports collaboration. LabArchives provides a safe, secure environment to store important research notes, protocols, methodology, and data. Other benefits of the LabArchives ELN system include:

  • Strong niche in EDU industry (Tufts University Medical School, Yale University, Cornell University, Colorado State University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, California Institute of Technology to name a few)
  • Preferred partner of Internet 2+, the consortium/partnership of the nation’s top Universities
  • Strong system integrations with products like Graphpad, ChemDoodle & other tools
  • Discipline agnostic and can be used by Chemists, Biologists, Bioinformaticists & others
  • The only vendor known to have globally recognized Date & Time stamp audit trail
  • The only ELN with controls to prevent data from ever being deleted
  • Compliant with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act
  • Only known vendor CFR 21.11 certified for eSignatures as required by NIST standards
  • Addresses federal funder requirements for Data Management Plans
  • Assists with developing best practices in research data management

There will be a campus wide LabArchives product overview and basic training session on Thursday, February 13th between 2:00 and 3:30. Register for this overview and training session at the link below. We encourage you and your colleagues to participate and learn more about this new system. We’d love to see you there.

If you want to test the ELN out ahead of time, you can create a trial account at http://www.labarchives.com/.  Your trial account can be moved over to the UMassMed account at any time so if you create a notebook we can move it over for you. If you have been using paper notebooks or another form of electronic notebook, we’ll help you move your notes/data to the LA platform.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, February 13th between 2:00 and 3:30 and in the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at any time.

Click to Register TODAY 

To participate in an overview & training session for our new Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) System 

 

Need more info, feel free to contact us

 

Byron Deane, Manager - Lab IT Solutions | Byron.Deane@umassmed.edu

Office: 508-856-3354 | Mobile: 508-207-3678

 

Paul Langlois, Director Research Computing | Paul.Langlois@umassmed.edu

Office – 774-455-4433

 

Tess Grynoch, Research Data & Scholarly Communications Librarian

Tess.Grynoch@umassmed.edu

508-856-2467

 

Regina Raboin, Associate Director Education and Research, Lamar Soutter Library | Regina.Raboin@umassmed.edu

Office: 508-856-2099