Research Notebook System for Penn Now Available

Research Notebook System for Penn Now Available

LabArchives, a cloud-based research notebook software solution, is now available to Penn researchers, instructors, and students. The Vice Provost for Research and the Vice Provost for Education are pleased to provide both the Professional and Classroom editions of the software, available to the community to start using immediately. LabArchives offers Penn researchers free access to a modern and secure method of managing their lab data. It also offers Penn instructors a robust collaboration and instruction platform.

To create your account, visit our Getting Started page:

Electronic Research Notebooks facilitate reproducibility, collaboration, compliance, and data management with features designed specifically for researchers and for the classroom. Penn’s license offers the software at no cost to faculty, researchers, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students for both research activities and coursework.

In a July 2017 survey of Penn’s research community, 90% of 751 respondents answered “Yes” or “Maybe” when asked if they would use an electronic lab notebook system provided by Penn. As a solution, Penn selected LabArchives, offering a system to facilitate reproducibility, collaboration, compliance, and data management with features designed specifically for researchers and for the classroom. Penn’s license offers the software at no cost to faculty, researchers, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students for both research activities and coursework.

We encourage everyone to use this new tool as an opportunity to reinforce best practices in research study design, record keeping, and data analysis.

For more information or support visit Penn’s electronic research notebooks website.

 

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