Electronic Research Notebooks
You can use OneNote as a tool for research notes. It can be used with Microsoft team and other tools such as zoom to faciltate collaboration. Work is on-going to support researchers with this tool. Here is a guide we have drafted.
The University is running a trial of an electronic research notebook tool 'RSpace'.
This trial runs from May to December 2019. The goal is to understand researcher requirements better and inform University approach to selecting and supporting research notebook software.
If you are interested in trying the University's supported instance of the software please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
The trial will start with RSpace https://www.researchspace.com/
Testers will be invited to provide feedback.
More about the University of Glasgow's activity around research notebooks can be found here: https://researchnotebooks.wordpress.com/
Resources for RSpace
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- 1 hour introductory walk through: https://recordings.join.me/wAQipLs0bk-8b8EsKzkf1w
- 5minute introductory video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlgSiZHze70
- A quick introduction to RSpace: https://edshare.gla.ac.uk/id/document/1641
- A guide to the features of RSpace: https://edshare.gla.ac.uk/id/document/1690
- Users looking for a deeper dive into RSpace feature set before the live training can look at a recorded session from a recent training with a US university (90 minutes): https://recordings.join.me/6fKNwnsIrU-pYJHP0kAZBw
- RSpace's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWYmFCLWJylbQKK2j6D2nQ/videos
- Further help and guidance: https://www.researchspace.com/help-and-support-resources/