Creating an account with LabArchives
See the Tab Setting up an Account.
Library Assistance with LabArchives
In addition to the ongoing trainings (see home page), I am available to provide workshops and demonstrations to assist you and your research team in getting started with LabArchives. I can also present to departments and institutes and am the campus administrator for LabArchives. If your team is thinking of using LabArchives or has questions on how to implement it for a project or department, I'm more than willing to help out.
LabArchives provides support to users using various formats:
- An Introduction to LabArchives—This 50-minute video provides a good overview of LabArchive' features.
- A series of short videos demonstrating many features and tools available in LabArchives
- The LabArchives Knowledge Base can also be used as a handbook. You will have to log in to access the Knowledge Base.
- Support—LabArchives support staff can help resolve common problems and issues by walking you through a few questions. Email them at email@example.com or call 800‐653‐5016. You may also contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Apps & Plug-Ins
Once you have an account you can download plug-ins.
These plug-ins enable LabArchives users to enter information into their LabArchives Notebooks using phones and tablets. Users can view text files, Office docs, PDF files, and images and can add plain and rich text entries and take and upload photos into their Notebooks.
LabArchives also provides a plug-in for managing LabArchives content within Microsoft Office and a utility for folder monitoring. Folder monitoring allows users to automatically transfer files from instruments to their PC/Mac into LabArchives.
For additional information on plugins and apps, please see LabArchives Downloads.