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Welcome to the NET+ LabArchives wiki. LabArchives is used in research labs and higher education courses across the globe. LabArchives Enterprise Licenses are designed for large groups, departments and enterprises and empower end-users and administrators with powerful, yet easy-to-use scientific workflow applications.

Features like organization-wide permissions and controls, access to LabArchives API for custom builds and unlimited data storage ensure LabArchives tools can be customized to meet each enterprise’s specific needs. LabArchives Enterprise Success Team onboards users and works with administrators and systems managers to support users at every organizational level.

LabArchives is one of the first services to enter into a NET+ Service Evaluation, and there are currently over 40 subscribing institutions to the program. 

LabArchives supports the key aspects of the NIH 2023 Data Management and Sharing (DMS) policy which is now in effect. This policy has three high-level components:

  1. Planning and budgeting for data management and sharing

  2. Creation of a Data Management & Sharing (DMS) plan 

  3. Implementation of the DMS plan 

To learn more about how LabArchives can support your institution with the NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy click here.

Participate in our Subscriber Community

Service Advisory Board (limited to subscribers to the NET+ LabArchives program)

We are accepting new members to participate in the NET+ LabArchives Service Advisory Board.

Typically, the work of the Advisory Board focuses on these areas: 

  • Ongoing service advisory mechanisms through which the higher education community may continue to validate the tailored aspects of the service, inform the product roadmap, and be aware of industry trends in software architecture and other aspects
  • A community of practice around each service including support for events, online collaboration, knowledge/how-to sharing and other activities

  • Support for potential subscribers with the procurement of the services

  • Favorable pricing and terms, including consistent and transparent pricing for higher education subscribers; predictable annual pricing changes; discounts based on the aggregate spend of higher education subscribers; full/complete “base” bundle of subservices/features and minimization of add-on pricing

  • Service configuration and legal terms tailored to meet the particular needs of higher education, delivered through the work of higher education peers and the service provider, facilitated by Internet2  

  • Support for the InCommon Federation and enablement of InCommon SSO access to offered services

  • Compliance with industry standards, notably applicable laws and regulations, data ownership, security

Please contact Dana Voss if you have an interest in serving on the Advisory Board.

NET+ LabArchives Service Advisory Board Participants

  • Jan Cheetam, University of Wisconsin
  • Andrew Creamer, Brown University

      To Contact the Service Advisory group




Service Documentation and Resources

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Community Resources

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