Learn how ELNs can change the way you collaborate.

In these personalized 30 minute training webinars we highlight the key features relevant to your use in a research or teaching lab, provide tips on tailoring a notebook to your specific needs, plus time to ask questions in order to save you time and get started using the platform.

 

INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSIONAL EDITION

PI's, Lab Managers, Researchers, Lab Technicians, Graduate Students & Technical Support Staff.

North America

Australia, Asia & India

Europe & Middle East

INTRODUCTION TO CLASSROOM EDITION

Professors, Instructors, Teachers, Students, & Technology Innovation Staff at higher education institutes.

North America

Australia, Asia & India

Europe & Middle East

 

SPECIALIZED COURSE #1

Teaching Assistant Training

SPECIALIZED COURSE #2

Introduction to Widgets

LABARCHIVES APPs IN ACTION

Both iOS and Android Apps: View, Edit and Add LabArchives Entries directly into your ELN

Need something? Just let us know.

Have a Question?

We'll have a one-on-one session with you on any subject. Just contact us by using the form or emailing us directly at to schedule a free one-on-one webinar, please contact

support@labarchives.com

Get started with either the Professional or Classroom editions today.

Learn more about your options.

We have a strict policy to keep your private information safe and secure. We will never share it.
We chose LabArchives to meet the growing number of requests that we had received for a lab notebook software. It met all of our requirements, including security and usability requirements, at a reasonable price. ~ Barbara Friedman, Director, Academic Technologies, Cornell University
In our hands LabArchives becomes more useful the longer we use it, as we build our libraries of protocols and SOPs, our databases of plasmids, glycerol stocks and inventories of chemicals, safety protocols and MSDS sheets. ~ Richard van Rijn PhD, Dep. Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Purdue University
EVERYTHING my students need for the lab is in the LabArchives notebook. The flexibility is amazing and I have complete control of the content. The TAs love that they can grade and comment quickly in LabArchives, giving students instant feedback without any paper handling. ~ Dr. Michelle Driessen, Director of General Chemistry, University of Minnesota