AU Labbook is a web-based system for research documentation and collaboration (found at labbook.au.dk). Labbook was established by iNANO researchers and is based on Confluence (https://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence). The system is now supported and run by the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Faculty of Technological Sciences and is offered (and recommended) as a platform for documenting your research.
The decision to use the system for research documentation lies with the VIP of a research group. By choosing a common platform for research documentation it becomes easier for the individual researcher to follow the rules for responsible conduct of research (http://www.au.dk/en/research/responsible-conduct-of-research/). We recommend that you discuss how you document your research in your research group and consider adopting Labbook for the following reasons:
Documenting research progress and data is important, and labbook.au.dk supports this in a flexible manner that
The system is available at labbook.au.dk where you can login using your AU-ID and password. You can find your AU-ID at https://mit.medarbejdere.au.dk/. When you first login you will be presented with the terms & conditions of use, be able to access tutorial material and to make your own personal space. To have more information available you should contact the user administrator at your workplace who can give you access to your department space and create a space for your research group.
All Labbook tutorials can be found in the Labbook Help space (login required)