Deadline rapidly approaching for Electronic Lab Notebooks Course
offered at the American Chemical Society Meeting in Boston
rich at CENSA.ORG
rich at CENSA.ORG
Wed Jul 22 14:05:34 EST 1998
The deadline is quickly approaching for course preregistration for the
American Chemical Society
(ACS) short course covering electronic notebooks, groupware, document
management, and related systems.
This details of exciting course are given below. It is being held in
Boston, one of the world's most exciting cities!
Please register directly with the ACS at
To receive the preregistration discount, please register within the next
"Electronic Lab Notebooks and R&D Team Computing Systems"
Who Should Attend
Scientists, managers, engineers, MIS and computer support
staff in the chemical, pharmaceutical, environmental,
biotech, food and beverage,
and related areas. This course will be of interest to
anyone needing to know the
legal, regulatory, technical, and social aspects of
recordkeeping, document management, or other collaborative
systems used in
R&D or testing labs.
How You'll Benefit from This Course
Stay current with latest technologies, regulations,
and legal imperatives for
Quickly assess your company's infrastructure and
cultural readiness to
use electronic lab notebooks; learn how to prepare
them to use electronic
Learn when to buy versus build electronic notebook
systems; how to
grow them into full-blown R&D Team Computing Systems.
Get practical tips for evaluating and selecting
vendors and systems.
See key products evaluated and demonstrated without
Introduction to Collaborative Electronic Lab
Notebooks and R&D Team
Computing Systems: legal and patent aspects;
and procedures; technical design concepts; social and
Electronic Recordkeeping and Records Management
recordkeeping practices; the 13 fundamental
properties of electronic
records; electronic records, signatures, notary and
security systems for
protecting intellectual property; acceptable optical
and magnetic storage
media for electronic records.
Practical Aspects of Applying The Technologies:
costs and benefits of electronic notebooks and team
computing systems in
your lab; implementing systems to meet legal,
regulatory, technical, and
social needs; technical requirements: basic and
advanced design &
usability issues; connecting existing instruments,
LIMS, other automation
systems; end-user experiences and case studies;
addressing social and
cultural issues; methodologies to ensure successful
pilot projects and
system rollouts for small to large organizations;
intelligence with team computing systems.
Richard Lysakowski, Ph.D. is Executive Director,
Notebook Systems Association (CENSA), Woburn,
James T. Currie Jr., Ph.D. is an instructor, researcher,
and engineer for CENSA.
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