HPC Onboarding for Biologists
The National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) provides this high performance computing (HPC) workshop to help new users learn about HPC resources available to them, other course offerings, and NCGAS services. *View the archive of May 2020 workshop. *The online version of this course is available online 24/7 via Expand.*
Impact of Virtual Reality
The UITS Research Technologies Advanced Visualization Lab presented a seminar series on how the medium of virtual reality has proven to be useful in fields ranging from education and learning to training, science, design and evaluation. *View the archived presentations via YouTube.
Intro to High Performance Computing (HPC)
This workshop introduces IU faculty, staff, and students to high performance computing. Commensurate with the online Carbonate course. *View the course content online via GitHub and Google or archive of course presentations via YouTube.* Register for the December 2, 2021 workshop.*
Intro to R for Biologists
In this National Center for Genome Analysis Support workshop/course, learn about the Bioconductor Project and the basics of RStudio—data types, classes, objects, and more—and how to write and use a function. *Download the course materials (pdf or zip) and view the workshop presentations via YouTube. *The online version of this course is available online 24/7 via Expand.*
IU's Research Electronic Data Capture (IU REDCap) is a self-managed, secure, web-based platform designed to support data collection and data management for research, operations support, and quality improvement projects. REDCap's easy-to-use, intuitive features allow users to rapidly build and manage secure online surveys and databases.
Kaltura: Editing videos using the Kaltura Video Editor
Kaltura provides a simple video editor that can be used to edit any video uploaded to Kaltura and is especially helpful when you need to edit parts of a Zoom meeting or Kaltura Capture recording. This video demonstrates how to use the Kaltura video editor to make simple edits to a video.
Kaltura: Recording your screen using Kaltura Personal Capture
Kaltura Capture, also referred to as Personal Capture, is a program that allows you to record your screen and webcam simultaneously, making it a great program to use for recorded presentations or lectures. Recordings made in Kaltura Capture are uploaded directly to your Kaltura account once you're done recording. In this video, learn more about how to use Kaltura Capture to create screen/webcam recordings.
Microsoft OneDrive at IU: Individual file management basics
Ready to unpack after the big move? Where are your boxes and how can you see what's in them? Plus share the contents? Watch this video after your individual files have been moved to your OneDrive account from Box at IU to learn how to find, organize, edit, and share your files on OneDrive.
Mining Sequence Read Archive (SRA)
The National Center for Genome Analysis Support offered this workshop to help researchers use SRA to run their bioinformatics workflows efficiently using computational resources available through NCGAS/XSEDE. *View the course content online via GitHub including the PowerPoint presentations.*
National Center for Genome Analysis Support
The National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) offers training and outreach online and in-person at Indiana University (IUB and IUPUI) and at national/international conferences. Let NCGAS help you become more efficient in genome analysis via supercomputers and software designed specifically for your field of research/study.
REDCap Training Videos
Videos to help you get started with IU REDCap, become more proficient with projects, build surveys, and explore features. Curated from the Vanderbilt REDCap library, University of Colorado Denver training videos, and workshops/webinars at Indiana University. *Over 30 archived training videos available.*
Transcriptome Assembly, Annotation, and Analysis
The National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) offers this workshop on HPC usage and de novo transcriptome assembly. *View past course content online via GitHub or course presentations via YouTube.* Next workshop is July 26-28, 2021.* Applications due June 13, 2021!