Welcome to SciNote Courses!
If you are new to SciNote or would like to strengthen your knowledge of its functionalities, you have come to the right place!
As courses are hosted on a different platform, a new account has to be created. Please use the same e-mail address as when you are logging into SciNote, but keep in mind, that the password you set will likely be different.
Course #1: SciNote for Beginners
Scope: 5 Lessons
This course will teach you how to begin setting up your projects in SciNote.
We will start with the basic data structure and then progress towards other useful functions like managing your samples and reagents, uploading files such as your results and generating print-ready reports.
Course #2: SciNote Advanced
Scope: 6 Lessons
Master SciNote with this Advanced course!
Discover more useful tips and tricks on how to use SciNote. Learn how to use advanced filters, create and customize your protocols, use electronic signatures, and much more.
Course #3: SciNote for Admins and Super Users
Scope: 1 Lesson
This course will help Administrators and Super Users set up their SciNote working space so that their teams can operate efficiently.
Learn how to invite your team members, create teams, and manage users within projects, experiments and tasks.
Course: 101 Lab digitalization basics
Scope: 6 Lessons
This course is packed with useful information and practical advice that will help you transition from paper to digital tools.
The course will touch upon software-related terms, the different software solutions that are currently out there, and, lastly, the transitioning process from paper to digital.
How to create your SciNote Courses account?
SciNote Courses is hosted on a different platform than SciNote application.
A new account has to be created.
Please use the same email address as you’re using to log into SciNote.
Digital Transformation of the Laboratory: A Practical Guide to the Connected Lab
2021, SciNote LLC, Wiley Inc.
The book delivers transformative new insights into current and future technologies and strategies for the digitization of laboratories. Thoroughly supported and backed-up with contributions from thought and industry leaders, the book shows scientists in academia and industry how to move from paper to digital in their own labs.