eNotebooks (formerly Electronic Lab Notebooks, or ELNs) provide you with a collaborative working tool suitable for both internal and external collaborators. eNotebooks can be used in any discipline and are a great option for curating, storing and sharing working documents, procedures, observations, conclusions, notes, images and data files.
- Searching - eNotebooks are designed to be searched by keyword or tag.
- Sharing and collaboration - Connect to more researchers and provide access to your research data by choosing to share all or part of your eNotebook within your research team, external collaborators, even with the public.
- Research data management - eNotebooks promote good practice by keeping protocols, observations and digital data all in one place.
- Portability - Access your electronic notebook anywhere, anytime, from almost any device.
- Record keeping - eNotebooks are a source of evidence of responsible research conduct, inventorship and authorship for patents and research publications.
- Secure - LabArchives eNotebook is secure, password-protected and has been independently certified by ICT data security consultants. Access to the eNotebook is via UniKey, and can be restricted to the notebook owner or authorised members of the research team.
- Free - LabArchives eNotebook is free for staff, students and affiliates.
- Visit http://sydney.edu.au/enotebooks/login
- Under I want to login to my LabArchives account through my institution, select The University of Sydney.
- You will be redirected to a University of Sydney UniKey login.
- Enter your UniKey and UniKey password to login.
- Select the option I do not have a LabArchives account and need to create one.
- Once selected, a new page will appear showing your University of Sydney identifiers. Select Create new account.
- Bookmark this link: http://sydney.edu.au/enotebooks/login
- Once you have set up your account, the Quick Start Guide will give you an overview of some of the basic functions of LabArchives. This includes making folders, entries, pages, links and information on revision histories.
- For any questions or help contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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