REDCap Day Objectives

Attendees will:
  • See how IU REDCap is being used to solve problems
  • Learn about new functionality available in IU REDCap
  • Build relationships with other people who work with IU REDCap


  • No experience necessary!
  • If you'd like to try anything you learn at IU REDCap day you'll need:
  • For online participation you will need an internet connection and the ability to participate via Zoom

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IU REDCap Day Registration

Register early for this free workshop and help us decide what else to have on the program. Lunch and breaks (sustenance) provided by UITS Research Technologies. Both in-person and online registrants will have the ability to watch sessions via Zoom.

Guarantees of in-person seats ended on May 4th. You can still attempt to register to attend in-person (if seats are available because of cancelations, the system will let you register), but we can't guarantee a t-shirt, parking pass, printed name badge, or dietary requests - but we'll guarantee you have a seat at the workshop! And we'll do our best to make sure you receive everything else, too!

Register now, if in-person is full, attend online via Zoom!

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IU REDCap Day Call for Proposals

We hope to hear from many in our community about their experiences using REDCap. If you'd like to present a poster, be on a panel, or give a lightning talk or presentation, review the Call for Proposals below and submit your idea by March 24. Topics we're exploring include:

  • Topics related to core functionality, e.g., surveys, repeating instruments, branching logic, calculated fields, data access groups, reporting, etc.
  • Your research and how REDCap solved your data capture and workflow needs
  • eConsent
  • Data management/quality
  • REDCap-ETL or other data-export functionality
  • REDCap API and related software, such as PHPCap
  • External modules and other advanced functionality, e.g., Date Calculated Fields, MyCap, Twilio, Mobile app, etc.

Posters will be displayed throughout the day online and in person. Presenters should arrive at IUPUI by 8:30am to hang them. Final posters should be no more than 3 1/2 feet wide and 4 feet tall. Printing of posters is the responsiblity of the person presenting. Posters can be taken down after 3:30pm.

Presentations, panels, and lightning talks will be chosen based on topics of interest as identified by registered attendees as well as space in the program. 

Panels, presentations, lightning talks, and posters will be notified by April 2 of acceptance. Final slides, talk outlines, and posters will be due by May 13 for final review and posting to the conference website.

All presentations will be posted in PDF format on May 18 and recorded for posting after IU REDCap Day in the event repository.

A simple one-page abstract is all that is required by the due date:

  • PDF format (file extension .pdf)
  • 12 point Times New Roman font
  • No longer than one page
  • Must contain the title and last name of presenter at top
  • Use 16 point Times New Roman font for the title, presenter name, and time at the top like this: Presenter | Title | XX minutes
  • Optional: If this is a presentation (not a poster) you must indicate the amount of time you'd like to have on the program

Create your EasyChair login (it does NOT use your institution login) and then submit as many proposals as you'd like for the program committee to consider.

Submit an abstract via EasyChair by March 24

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IU REDCap Day Agenda

Potential attendees have voiced their opinion and the schedule is finalized. Create your free SCHED account to view sessions, contact other attendees, and access the repository of archived talks after IU REDCap Day.

You must register to attend AND login to SCHED in order to view the webcast on May 18. Once you are registered, admins will send you an invite to fill-out your SCHED profile.

You may view the conference agenda before you register.

Update - the Agenda and all session information is now available to the public!

Go to the conference agenda




IU REDCap Day Travel Information

Participants flying in for IU REDCap day should use Indianapolis International Airport (IND).

If you requested a parking pass/permit, one will be available to you at the IU REDCap Day Welcome table in the IUPUI Campus Center on the 4th floor. Take a parking ticket when you enter the garage and use the permit when you exit. It will be a valid IUPUI parking pass/permit.

All attendees may park in the Vermont Street Parking Garage:

  • 1004 W Vermont St, Indianapolis, IN 46202 .
  • Valid IUPUI (and all IU campuses) parking permits are allowed.
  • Automated Pay Stations are located in the garages. Cash, credit card, and IUPUI issued validations can be used for payment.
  • For any issues or questions, call 317-274-4232 . 

Once you're parked in the garage:

  • Follow the posted signs to Elevator D / Campus Center.
  • Take elevator or stairs to level 3.
  • Go through this door:


  • You are now on the 2nd floor of the IUPUI Campus Center.
  • Follow the cooridor around to the escalators / elevators and proceed to the IU REDCap Day Welcome table on the 4th floor.

Online attendees and in-person attendees who wish to view presentations online:

Go to the agenda and click on the session you would like to view. Each physical room has a separate Zoom link. Click on any Zoom link to view the session (you must be registered AND be logged into SCHED to view the online webcasts).

The zoom links will look like this:



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