Program Session

10 - Partnering Across Campus to Implement an Electronic Laboratory Notebook System at the University of Michigan

Monday, May 29
11:20 AM - 11:25 AM
Room: 612

Objectives: Electronic laboratory notebooks (ELN) offer many advantages over traditional paper notebooks including: providing a secure platform for research data collection, facilitating data archiving and sharing, and assisting with research compliance. The authors partnered with a health system IT team to provide training and documentation to health sciences researchers, and led a cross-library team to promote a new ELN implementation at the University of Michigan.

Methods: This project centers around two discrete collaborations. In the first, we partnered with IT colleagues to 1) participate in the Request for Proposal, 2) develop outreach materials, and 3) create customized training and documentation. Our training targeted basic and clinical health sciences researchers from 5 different schools and integrated the ELN with existing library data services.

For the second collaboration, we assembled and led an interdisciplinary team of library stakeholders from across six different campuses. The team developed training materials for subject specialist librarians in a variety of departments. We also coordinated library-wide outreach to raise awareness about the new ELN.

In addition to addressing the benefits and challenges of these collaborations, we will: provide background information on the ELN system, share examples of training and promotion materials, and detail next steps for both collaborations.


Results: Will be made available during the conference presentation.


Conclusion: Will be made available during the conference presentation.


Keywords: Electronic Lab Notebook, research data management, collaborative projects



Program Session

Tyler Nix

National Library of Medicine Associate Fellow
University of Michigan Taubman Health Sciences Library
Ann Arbor, MI

Tyler Nix, MSLS, is a second-year National Library of Medicine Associate Fellow at the University of Michigan's Taubman Health Sciences Library. His professional interests include research impact assessment and data managment and visualization.

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Marisa Conte

Assistant Director, Research and Informatics
Taubman Health Sciences Library
Ann Arbor, Michigan

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