This information session explores the application of three different scheduling tools from Microsoft 365 for research use cases including: Outlook shared resources, Microsoft Bookings and Microsoft Shifts.
This introductory webinar introduced the use of accessibility checkers for assessing research Web sites for accessibility compliance and issue identification. The webinar highlights the strengths and limitations of various accessibility trackers.
Project Jupyter is a non-profit, open-source project that supports interactive data science and scientific computing across programming languages.
This session provided a basic overview of Jupyter, the use of Jupyter Notebooks and Labs to create interactive computing environments and introduced the resources available through SciNet to support JupyterHub notebook sessions.
REDCap is a free and secure web application that can be used to build and manage online surveys and databases. Building on the functions of Basis Training 1, the REDCap Basic Training II session educates participants on how to perform functions such as branching logic, piping, user rights management etc.
REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a free and secure web application that can be used to build and manage online surveys and databases. In the REDCap Basic Training I, participants are taught REDCap basic functions such as how to create a new project, enabling an instrument as a survey, methods of Inputting data etc.
The CRIS Collaboration Space is the future hub for in-person and virtual workshops, information sessions and specialized research
This interactive toolkit provides guidelines, tools and templates to help research teams to plan and execute highly effective collaborative engagements.
A bi-monthly newsletter containing new or recently curated resources to support research and innovation activities at the University of Toronto.
This information video describes the use of data repositories for long-term storage and sharing of research data including: Dataverse and TSpace and resources for identifying external repositories.
This introductory video describes institution-wide advanced research computing resources available through the University including: SciNet and Compute Canada; The Southern Ontario Smart Computing Innovation Platform (SOSCIP); and Project Jupyter.