Centre for IT Services
A new service "Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN@NTU)" was launched on 16 Dec 2016. The Electronic Lab Notebook is to supplement or replace paper-based laboratory notebooks which some of you are familiar with in carry out a research or laboratory activities. Lab notebooks are commonly used by researchers to record procedures, hypotheses, experiments, observations and relevant thought procedures for their experiments.
The ELN@NTU is a secure environment with audit trail and it provides NTU researchers the flexibility to customize their own access controls for information sharing with their own research team members.
Key Features Other than creating and maintaining your lab notebook, some of the other key highlights of ELN are:
Who can access? The service is open to NTU Faculty and Research staff as well as graduate students.
How to access? For Faculty and Research Staff:
To date, more than 600 students and faculty/researchers have accessed to this service. There are more than 100 lab notebooks have been created since its launch. We welcome any feedback or suggestions for further improvement.
If you have queries, please contact our Service Desk (email@example.com) for assistance.
For graduate students:
User Guide The user guide is available once you login under Help > User Guide
Feedback Any issues/enquiries, please contact our Service Desk at email: