eNotebook Organisation Guidelines

Research is becoming more dynamic and interactive every day. Researchers are experiencing the necessity of working collaboratively and with a very rapid turn around. To be part of the fast moving, global community, researchers must be able to easily share and discuss their data within their research group as well as with local and international contributors.

The eNotebook is organised into a stacked folder structure which has pages and then entries on each page. Because of this, the structure of the eNotebook is totally customisable to your needs. You are able to attach any research data file to the pages and write contextual descriptions with your thoughts and analyses. This allows for an ease of navigation and understanding of your research data by others which creates an environment for optimal interaction within your group and outside collaborators.

The organisation and the roles and privileges of other users in your eNotebooks can be easily controlled. The optimal organisation for your research group or project will be dependant on your needs and preferences, as well as your research group’s workflow. Please refer to our guidelines on organising your research group or see some example notebook structures that may give you ideas on how to organise your own eNotebooks.