Getting started with ANU eNotebooks (LabArchives) Thurs 8 Aug 2-4pm

ANU eNotebooks, powered by LabArchives, is now integrated with the SSO and available to all members of ANU. LabArchives can be accessed at https://enotebooks.anu.edu.au using ANU credentials.

LabArchives is a highly-secure, best-practice eNotebook, ideal for collaboration and granualar sharing, and compliant with ANU and funding body requirements. LabArchives is widely used in Australian and international Universities. Some usage cases include:

  • for protection of ip, and compliance for storage of sensitive data.
  • by Law, Business and Arts for accreditation of work, and for secure collaboration.
  • by Sciences as a searchable replacement to paper notebooks, e.g. protocol version management.
  • for general academic use requiring granular sharing with internal and external collaborators, data control, project and publication data organisation.
  • for meta data auto-capture, field data capture, and data repository for instrument data output.
  • replacing student course paper notebooks with timestamped, searchable, industry-standard enotebooks.
     

Unlike other online notebooks, LabArchives features complete audit control - it tracks & saves ALL revisions, by all users, for every entry. Timestamps cannot be manipulated, no file or entry can EVER be deleted, and all data may be recalled at any time. LabArchives is HIPAA, FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant, data is warehoused in Australia with encryption and multiple redundancy; and is protected by ANU support and data management contracts. 

LabArchives is intuitive to use, and stores all file types, including images, videos, GraphPad Prism, Snapgene, FlowJo, PDFs, MS-Office & more. It works with most browsers, and may be used on any computer or mobile device: Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS and Android phones and tablets; no special hardware or software required. Entries or entire notebooks may be shared with Read or Write permissions; or transferred, cloned and/or exported for account holders leaving the ANU.

Paul Cremin from LabArchives will be running two introductory sessions:

  • 2 - 4pm Thursday 8 August, Jan Anderson Room, Robertson Bldg (46) ANU
  • 10am - 12pm Friday 9 August, Jan Anderson Room, Robertson Bldg (46) ANU.

All welcome.

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