Provides user and location information about 3D printing services across the UW-Madison campus. There are informal training courses or courses that can be taken for credit.
Provides shared computing-related resources and services. We aggregate high throughput computing (HTC), high performance computing (HPC), data storage, and networking services along with the technical support and training required to advance scholarly discoveries.
A crowdsourcing tool that enables Requesters (e.g. individuals, researchers, labs) to obtain information and feedback from Workers performing HITs (i.e. people who make money performing Human Intelligence Tasks).
An on-line system for preparing, submitting, reviewing, and managing applications for research oversight at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
The Biophysics Instrumentation Facility (BIF) provides access to instrumentation focused on the study of conformations, activities and assembly of biological and other macromolecules.
The Biochemistry Optical Core provides instrumentation for super-resolution light microscopic imaging. Assistance is available for designing experiments and the development of grants and manuscripts for these techniques.
The National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison can assist with techology research and development, service and collaborations, training, and dissemination.
Provides bioinformatics support for high-throughput nucleic acid sequence data. The BRC, a UW Biotechnology Center facility, assists researchers with a wide variety of projects, including genome assembly, SNP detection, ChIP-Seq and expression profiling using RNA-Seq, RIP-seq, and small RNA analyses.
Provides a platform to all UW-Madison faculty and staff for supporting synchronous web-based sessions. Those accustomed to web conferencing products (e.g., Adobe Connect) will find the features to be familiar and those that haven’t had a chance to use the product will find that it offers a suite of easy to use features that are common in many web conferencing solutions.
Provides unlimited free storage and enables collaboration with people on and off campus. Box works across many devices and integrates with applications like Google Apps and Microsoft Office. The Box Terms of Service outlines appropriate uses for Box.
Assists in the statistical aspects of research projects including, but not limited to, project development, grant writing, experimental design, data analyses, interpretation of results, and writing of reports.
This assistance is free to faculty, staff, and students in all College of Agricultural & Life Sciences (CALS) departments, all of the Veterinary School, the departments of Botany and Zoology in the College of Letters & Science, and the SAGE program in the Nelson Institute. For all others, a fee will be determined based on project size.
Enables the use of the NetID login service for campus-facing applications and services. It is available to Students, Faculty, Staff, Researchers, Departments, and Guests. Guest Accounts provide a temporary NetID to visiting scholars, prospective students, seminar attendees, contract employees and others who need short-term access to UW-Madison’s Wireless WiscWorld and VPN (Virtual Private Network). The service was designed in consultation with departmental IT staff.
Provides shared, scalable, secure data centers, servers, storage, and backup. CCI also provides IT consulting to help ensure the IT services meet your needs and can broker a wide variety of other IT services such as networking, security, website, and databases. CCI is intended for all UW-Madison faculty and staff. CCI services do have a cost associated with them, but they have been subsidized by campus to make them more cost effective.
No-charge software through the Campus Software Library.
Also see the Campus Apps Catalog.
Provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of technology issues as well as technology-related activities as they apply to the needs of campus IT staff. It is also a place to explore campus policy and technology issues.
Offers a variety of large-scale computing resources and services for UW-affiliated researchers and their collaborators, including classically-defined high-throughput computing (HTC) and high-performance computing (HPC) resources. CHTC services and hardware are funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH), the Department of Energy (DOE), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and various grants from the University itself. CHTC resources are provided to all UW-Madison researchers, free of charge. Even external collaborators with an on-campus sponsor may be given access to resources.
Offers a variety of departmental computation, instrumentation, and research facilities along with other on-site services.
The Paul Bender Chemistry Instrument Center offers the following services:
Actively engaged in bringing the IT resources of this campus together to achieve service excellence. The CIO Office is working to define shared priorities, align resources to support them, foster a culture of both collaboration and communication within the IT community, and deliver IT services that help us deliver on the Wisconsin Idea. Their web resources include campus IT policy guides as well as security training and guides. The CIO Office has several initiatives to improve the campus research computing infrastructure.
Provides computer scientists with various topologies of physical network, compute, and storage resources for research into cloud computing configurations. Researchers come to CloudLab to build their own clouds and experiment with new architectures.
Provides online training classes and certifications for IRB and Effort Reporting including:
- The Basics of Effort Reporting
- Human Subjects Protection
- Good Clinical Practice
- Stem Cell Online Training
- IRB Member Training
Consortia & Centers
UW-Madison offers a comprehensive list of Research Centers on Campus.
Expertise is shared with government and industry through various campus consortia. Members benefit through seeing work in progress, helping set research directions, and interacting with faculty and students. Some of the consortia on campus are:
- Advanced Materials Industrial Consortium (AMIC)
- Applied Water Quality Research
- Center for Health Enhancement System Studies (CHESS)
- Consortium for Fly Ash Use in Geotechnical Applications
- Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE)
- Consortium for Project Leadership (UWCPL)
- Direct-injection Engine Research Consortium (DERC)
- E-Business Consortium (UWEBC)
- Ergonomics Analysis and Design Consortium (EADC)
- Geospatial Alliance
- Hmong Studies Consortium
- Industrial Hand Tool and Ergonomics Research Consortium
- Industrial Refrigeration Consortium
- International Outreach Consortium (WIOC)
- Midwest Area Research Consortium for Health (MARCH)
- Midwest Pediatric Surgical Consortium (MWPSC)
- Modified Asphalt Research Consortium (MARC)
- Optimization Research Consortium (ORC)
- Plasma Processing and Technology Research Consortium (WPPTRC)
- Polymer Engineering Center Industrial Consortium (PEC)
- Power Systems Engineering Research Center (PSERC)
- Quick Response Manufacturing Consortium (QRM)
- Texas -Wisconsin – California Control Consortium (TWCCC)
- Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium (WEMPEC)
- Wireless and Sensor Networks (WiSeNet) Consortium
- Women’s Studies Consortium (WSC)
A partner of Software Carpentry designed to teach basic concepts, skills and tools for working more effectively with data. Workshop objectives: Researchers should be able to retrieve, view, manipulate, analyze and store their’s and other’s data in an open and reproducible way. Researchers learn best when material is taught in their domain, so workshops will be domain-specific.
Conducts basic and translational research that will lead to new applications of physics for diagnosis and treatment of disease, trains new generations of medical physicists, provides core instruction in medical physics, and provides medical physics service to our clinics and community.
The Department of Medical Physics provides specialized services such as Diagnostics Radiological Physics Services, Image Analysis Core, Radiation Calibration Lab, PET Tracer Production, and PET Drug Production Lab.
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Formed to ensure that the complete scholarly record is preserved for future generations. DPN uses a federated approach to preservation. The higher education community has created many digital repositories to provide long-term preservation and access. By replicating multiple dark copies of these collections in diverse nodes, DPN protects against the risk of catastrophic loss due to technology, organizational or natural disasters.
Provides IT support to the occupants of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.
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- WID Administration
Provides a self-assessment tool for graduate students that allows them to advance their academic and professional goals. The Graduate School Office of Professional Development (OPD) has selected nine different facets that are relevant to all graduate students. A customized report is developed with recommendations to strengthen your ability in each area.
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Offers hundreds of opportunities annually for people to experience the vibrancy of UW-Madison science. Through a partnership with the Morgridge Institute and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), these programs range from hands-on programs for school children to a four-day statewide science festival that showcases UW-Madison people and ideas.
Allows researchers to try out the latest in scientific equipment, which is on loan to their teaching labs from various companies. Providing access to the newest and most advanced equipment is part of Discovery’s vision of ensuring that technology complements the work of researchers, the UW–Madison campus and private industry partners.
In addition to microscopy capabilities, a full complement of cutting-edge molecular spectroscopy equipment now is available for use by the community. Training time and initial usage is provided free of charge, after which a fee structure applies.
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- Discovery Outreach
Provides services such as Lean Startup, mentorship, strategy and team building, and funding. The initiative is intended to provide UW-Madison faculty, staff, and students with access to resources to help transform ideas and discoveries into products and companies.
Provides computer technology services to the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a more limited set of services to UW System and other units of State government. DoIT delivers desktop, server, and mainframe computing services and supports networks, telecommunications, Internet connectivity, administrative and academic systems, security, instructional technology, and other functions.
Create, review, and share data management plans that meet institutional and funder requirements. RDS offers guidance on this service.
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Offers laptop, 4G modem, and projector equipment rentals on a daily, weekly, monthly or semester basis to UW-Madison faculty, staff, departments and students. A valid UW-Madison ID is required.
The largest in-house printing operation within the State of Wisconsin government, can print any item you need from a wide variety of booklets, brochures, forms, envelopes, cards, flyers, posters, tickets, letterheads, newsletters, business cards, custom textbooks (saddle stitched and perfect bound), course packets and more.
DPPS offers competitive pricing options and assures your printing projects meet special academic and government requirements (i.e. accessibility standards, copyright clearance, recycled paper usage, etc.).
A range of free technology training and project support options for registered UW-Madison students. Faculty and staff can also take advantage of STS by coordinating custom technology workshops for their student groups.
Computing purchase center for the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The DoIT Tech Store also offers low-cost software. All purchases require a valid UW-Madison ID. View their Customer Service Page for more information including hours and locations.
Provides a community test and production web hosting environment for UW-Madison and its affiliates. They host accounts at four service levels designed to suit diverse hosting needs including free hosting of static websites. Can provide your new or existing website with a url within the labs.wisc.edu namespace (i.e. your-lab-name.labs.wisc.edu).
Charged with reviewing human subjects research in furtherance of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s commitment to protecting the rights and welfare of individuals participating as subjects in its research. The Education and Social/Behavioral Science (ED/SBS) IRB office reviews all human research protocols in accordance with federal regulations, state laws, and local and University policies. The IRB is composed of members from various disciplines within the education, social, and behavioral sciences as well as community members.
The means of providing assurance to sponsors that:
- Salaries charged to sponsored projects are reasonable in relation to the work performed, and
- Faculty and staff have met their commitments to sponsored projects.
Online training and certification on effort reporting is available through the CITI Portal.
A cloud based tool to manage, record, and document research data, efforts, processes, and procedures. UW-Madison provides LabArchives ELN services to faculty, researchers, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students for performing research activities. LabArchives’ notebook software interface is securely accessible via web browsers on desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. ELN provides unlimited storage with a limit of 250 MB per file.
Ensures the health and safety of people, buildings, and the natural environment at UW-Madison and associated facilities. They offer professional services, technical expertise, strong partnerships and regulatory oversight through programs including:
- Office of Biological Safety
- Office of Chemical Safety
- Engineering Services
- Fire & Life Safety
- Office of Radiation Safety
- Lake Safety
Ensures health and safety within the Discovery Building. Resources include biological, chemical, radiation, and lab safety, inspections, injury reporting, chemical and equipment information, and occupational health.
Assists all members of UW Madison meet their obligation to determine how export controls might apply to their activities and ensure export control compliance. Violation of export control laws can potentially lead to severe criminal and/or civil sanctions for the individual who violates the law.
Even though openness in research and free dissemination of research results are core values at UW–Madison that are institutionalized in research policy, export control laws can still apply to many activities incidental to the teaching and research missions at UW–Madison. These activities include research with proprietary industry technology, international shipments of advanced scientific equipment and biological materials, participating in international research collaborations, space-related research, international travel, and use of computer software with encryption features.
An interactive real-time system used to conduct NSF business over the Internet.
Helps researchers understand the legal requirements for research publication and data access. The research guide covers implementation timelines, compliance monitoring, and publication & data repository information for agencies with active policies and plans. The Public Access Team also offers consultations and presentations.
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- UW-Madison Libraries Research Guides
Oversees the possession, use, and transfer of biological select agents and toxins, which have the potential to pose a severe threat to public, animal, or plant health or to animal or plant products. The Federal Select Agent Program is jointly comprised of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Division of Select Agents and Toxins and the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services/ Agriculture Select Agent Services.
RSP’s maintained page for finding funding sources.
Reviews all human research protocols in accordance with federal regulations, state laws, and local and University policies. The Health Sciences Institutional Review Boards Office is home to both the Health Science IRB and the Minimal Risk IRB. The HS-IRBs office maintains a step-by-step Guide for New Investigators to help anyone new to the process of submitting an application.
Provides investigators informatics support in the field of bioinformatics and clinical/health research. Assists ICTR investigators during project conceptualization, grant submission, and deployment of secure data storage and processing methods. Housed at the UW and at Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation, ICTR BMI can assist you with collaborations, consultations, operations, and research and development for your clinical and translational research studies.
Provide biostatistical support/collaboration during the design, conduct, and analysis phases of your clinical and translational research projects. BARD statisticians are involved in research planning and experimental design, proposal development, data analysis, interpretation, and presentation of results.
Part of a national consortium of research institutes with the common goal of accelerating discoveries toward better health. Members have access to resources such as biostatistics and biomedical informatics consultations, scientific editing, and community engagement and research services, as well as to the Clinical Research Unit at UW Hospital and Clinics (UWHC) and to discounted laboratory and imaging services. ICTR also provides the data management resources REDCap and OnCore.
Contact ICTR Client Services Staff for more information on their services.
Develops tools and services for finding, filtering, and presenting online information and metadata. The Scout research team creates practical web-based information and software solutions for educators, librarians, and researchers through standalone and collaborative projects. Their flexible open source software tools are designed with academic and non-profit groups and users in mind.
A platform for easily creating, displaying, sharing, and managing web-based knowledge documents. It is designed to provide constituents within the University of Wisconsin-Madison and other institutions of higher education with a central location for storing and maintaining knowledge. The KnowledgeBase empowers end users to easily locate information for themselves online. It also allows partners to create, categorize, and maintain that knowledge easily. The KB contains a wide variety of searchable information, including technical documents, directions, policies, and procedures. The list of Campus and Institution Partners can be found at: https://kb.wisc.edu/search.php?q=showkbpartners
A multidisciplinary group of faculty and students who share an affinity for incorporating 3D design, visualization and virtual reality environments into education, research and creative expression. LEL’s primary instrument for research is a six-sided virtual reality CAVE. LEL engages in projects with departments such as Industrial and Systems Engineering, Design Studies, Library and Information Studies, Nursing, Art, Dance as well as projects in Digital Humanities. The lab is developing a broader intellectual foray by expanding its repertoire to the types of scientific and scholarly data it analyzes and visualizes. LEL welcomes collaborators from across the UW-Madison campus, the state and the nation to join in this endeavor through data acquisition, visualization practices and 3D data analysis.
A full library of self-study software tutorials available anytime, anywhere. Available to UW-Madison Faculty, Staff, and Students at no cost.
Provides state-of-the-art instrumentation, support facilities, and expert technical assistance for research and education in materials.
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Designed to gather, distribute, and preserve digital materials related to the University of Wisconsin’s research and instructional mission. Content, which is deposited directly by UW faculty and staff, may include research papers and reports, pre-prints and post-prints, datasets and other primary research materials, learning objects, theses, student projects, conference papers and presentations, and other born-digital or digitized research and instructional materials.
Is a portal that provides access to information resources that are tailored to each individual’s specific role on campus. The portal can be customized to suit one’s individual needs. A UW-Madison NetID is required to access the portal, but Guest NetIDs can also be obtained.
Provides access to state-of-the-art solvers in various numerical optimization categories. The Network-Enabled Optimization System (NEOS) servers are hosted by UW-Madison and there are remote solvers across the world. It is a free internet-based service.
Off-campus software training services offered through New Horizons. Courses are available at a discount for UW faculty and staff. Training will be offered online and in-person.
Oversees more than $1 billion in annual research expenditures, administers 17 cross-campus research and service centers, and maintains oversight of the Graduate School. Vice Chancellor Mailick’s leadership team consists of faculty and staff members representing the various disciplines of research and graduate education, including administration, physical sciences, biological sciences, social studies and arts and humanities. In addition, an extensive network of operational support is in place to support the office’s mission.
Provides a repository of information on over 11,000 software tools and packages useful for OMICS analysis. OMICtools is designed to help experimental researchers/clinicians find appropriate tools for their needs; help developers stay up to date and avoid redundancy; help funding agencies to ensure that the submitted projects are high value-added.
Provides 1 TB of cloud storage through Office 365. OneDrive facilitates collaboration and file sharing between UW-Madison faculty, staff, and students.
Collaborative writing and publishing system developed by the team behind the popular writeLaTeX editor. Overleaf is designed to make the whole process of writing, editing and producing scientific papers much quicker for both authors and publishers featuring online collaborative rich text editing, integrated, streamlined publishing, and editorial and peer review in the cloud.
Overleaf can now also integrate with GIT (beta).
A dashboard of your personalized research administration, compliance, and training information. The PI Portal also provides an on-ramp to necessary electronic tools with direct links to your records and a quick reference guide with essential information about key topics.
Research consulting, workshops, and instructional support focused on the use of Qualitative Data Analysis tools including NVIVO, MAXQDA, Atlas.TI, Dedoose and f4analyse, and Transana. Provided by the Media, Education Resources & Information Technology (MERIT) Library, they also support researchers in the area of data preparation (e.g. recording, transcription) for qualitative analysis.
Web-based survey service that allows the campus community to easily create surveys, collect and store data, and produce reports. The UW-Madison Qualtrics Survey Hosting Service website also contains information on:
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Recovers analog and digital data from obsolete or deteriorating media. RADD can rescue VHS videocassettes (any speed), audio cassettes, print books, vinyl records, 35mm film/negatives, slides, most 3.5″ and 5.25″ floppy disks, 100MB Zip disks, most hard drives, most memory cards, most CDs and DVDs, and mini-DV videotapes.
Promotes and facilitates the research, education, and outreach missions of the University of Wisconsin-Madison by supporting and administering extramurally sponsored programs.
Provides veterinary, laboratory, and training services in support of quality animal care; oversight and assistance to assure compliance with all laws, regulations, and rules governing the care and use of laboratory animals; and direct or collaborative research and/or consultation on animal models for biomedical research. The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee is responsible for overseeing use of vertebrate animals in research and to ensure that care and use of the animals is ethical and humane.
Provided by ACI, research computing facilitators serve as the human interface between you and campus research computing resources. They serve as a guide to help you address your computational needs. RCFs may direct you towards ACI-supported resources, resources provided by other entities on campus, or to national resources.
Provides data management plan help, consultations, training and education, and referrals free to UW-Madison faculty, researchers, staff, and graduate students. RDS can help draft a plan to meet NSF and other requirements, review your plans, data workflows, and processes to suggest improvements, or consult on data sharing, reuse, preservation, formats, standards, and designs.
A teaching library, providing an environment in which the students of the School of Library and Information Studies will have opportunities to practice the theory learned through coursework. At the same time, it will maintain the traditional library functions of collecting, preserving and providing access to information in the field of library and information studies.
The SDRC Experimental Cutaneous Pathology Core (ECPC) provides samples of normal human skin, as well as a variety of diseased skin specimens, to researchers at UW-Madison. The Experimental Cutaneous Pathology Core provides subsidized pathology services including histologic, histochemical, immuno-histochemical and immuno-fluoresence. ECPC provides access to a workstation with the inForm Tissue Finder Advanced Image Analysis software from PerkinElmer for research pathology. Open slide reviews focused on human and animal skin pathology are offered at 9AM on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at WIMR 2, room 6525.
The SDRC Cell Culture Core provides researchers with a reliable source of quality-assured cells and cell cultures from normal and pathological human skin specimens and mouse models of skin diseases, including primary keratinocytes, melanocytes and fibroblasts.
Supports researchers at UW-Madison who use statistical analysis in their work. They provide a complete research computing environment focused on statistics plus the expert help you need to use it. This includes:
- Statistical consultants who are experts on the most popular statistical software and can answer many methodological questions
- Training on statistical computing, including workshops and an extensive Statistical Computing Knowledge Base
- Powerful and easy-to-use Windows and Linux based servers with the most popular statistical software installed and ready for use, plus many specialized packages
- Secure data storage suitable for most sensitive research data
- A dedicated help desk staffed by IT professionals, with immediate access to the system administrators who run the servers
Provides a research facility for analysis and characterization of synthetic polymers, soft materials and polymer devices. There are a variety of instruments available and there is training for each tool.
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Provides a no-cost, high-performance, centralized cloud computing platform to help you regularly test the security of your software applications. Created to advance the state of cybersecurity, protect critical infrastructures, and improve the resilience of open-source software, the SWAMP integrates security into the software development life cycle and keeps all user activities completely confidential.
A volunteer organization whose goal is to make scientists more productive, and their work more reliable, by teaching them basic computing skills. Founded in 1998, it runs short, intensive workshops that cover program design, version control, testing, and task automation.
Welcomes campus and community members for events that celebrate science and creativity. More structured outreach programs and workshops offer participants the opportunity to connect with scientific topics ranging from regenerative biology to rapid prototyping. Casual visitors are always invited to dine at the Town Center’s food venues, which feature regionally grown and freshly prepared foods.
The main floor offers distinct spaces to meet different needs: With 40,000 square feet available, the main floor of the Discovery Building can accommodate more than 1,200 guests and may be divided to welcome groups of various sizes. View the Application Form.
Produces print and online publications to portray how UW–Madison is fulfilling its core missions each day. They provide information about questions on campus via news releases, print publications, photos, video, Web posts, email, social media and other channels. A few of the products managed by University Communications are the UW Homepage, On Wisconsin, and the Campus News Site, among others. University Communications provides a large Photo Library that may be helpful when creating posters or other dissemination content.
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Provides everything from print design and branding to PowerPoint and social media while working to reflect the uniqueness of each department. Available to all schools, departments, and programs within UW-Madison.
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Offers state-of-the-art research services at competitive user fees to UW-Madison scientists. These services include: DNA synthesis and sequencing, peptide synthesis, peptide sequencing and mass spectrometry of phosphopeptides and small metabolites, production of transgenic/knockout mice and rats, education programs and multimedia technology resources. Most of our services are also available to state, regional, national and international researchers.
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Works collaboratively with UW System faculty, staff, and librarians to create and provide access to digital resources that support the teaching and research needs of the UW community, uniquely document the university and State of Wisconsin, and provide access to rare or fragile items of broad research value. Resources within the collections are free and publicly accessible online.
Focuses on the science of metrology as applied to Radiation Therapy Physics. UWMRRC is the only non-government research program dedicated to radiation metrology. Their Radiation Calibration Laboratory (UWRCL) provides comprehensive radiation dosimetry calibration services and research support for medical physics, radiobiology, radiation protection, and health physics.
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- Department of Medical Physics
Offers access to a variety of different microscopy-related instruments in various facilities across the UW-Madison campus. The Microscopy Research and Facility portal is maintained by the Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation.
Provides a broad range of high quality survey research services to the UW community, governmental agencies, and not-for-profit organizations. They help design and implement all components of a survey ranging from questionnaire design and layout to data collection to report writing and analysis. Use their web site to learn more about the research services or simply contact their Associate Director, John Stevenson for a cost estimate or to learn more.
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- Qualtrics Survey Hosting Service
Provides a suite of Google Apps that are available to the UW-Madison community. This includes Drive (Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations, and Forms), Sites (Hosted Websites for Labs or Events), Hangouts, Groups, Contacts, and Google+. These apps facilitate collaboration with other students, staff members, researchers, and faculty members. Google Drive provides unlimited storage with a limit of 5 TB per file. Additional information is available through IT at UW-Madison.
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Provides a curated list of research guides that are organized by subject and librarian. The individual research guides provide recommended resources and references that may assist with research. Many of the guides are intended to help researchers new to a subject area get started with research.
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- UW-Madison Library
Committed to the discovery, access, and long-term preservation of its own collections, and of the intellectual output of the University. Campus libraries offer a variety of services for researchers, including discipline-specific reference, citation management, and copyright assistance.
Memorial Library is also home to the Grants Information Collection (GIC), a collection of print and electronic materials designed to promote research, advancing learning, and encouraging nonprofit efforts through instruction and access to information relating to grants, philanthropy, and charitable giving.
Maintains several pages for WID employees that detail HR, fiscal, grant, computing, and building resources.
A free email distribution list service available to UW-Madison faculty, staff, and registered student organizations. It is self-serviced and administered using a powerful, secure, and easy-to-use web interface. These lists allow the sending of emails to many people by addressing the email to a single ‘@lists.wisc.edu’ address.
The private, nonprofit patent and licensing organization for the University of Wisconsin–Madison. WARF’s mission is to support, aid and encourage UW–Madison research by protecting its discoveries and licensing them to commercial partners for beneficial use in the real world. It is best known for commercializing groundbreaking vitamin D therapies, the revolutionary anticoagulant Coumadin®, innovative medical imaging and cancer radiation systems, and its patents for human embryonic stem cells.
Provides a research facility for microfabrication technologies, products and innovations to qualified users. There are costs associated with the WCAM facilities and these vary depending on the users.
Web based reporting system created by DoIT for all UW campuses to contain financial data from Legacy, HRS, GL, AP/PO, and SFS. Reports can be viewed online, in PDF, or downloaded to Excel.
Locate the right UW-Madison researcher for your collaboration and research needs. This portal provides easy access to information about more than 3,000 carefully maintained researcher profiles. The WDP database offers a user-friendly search-by-keyword platform where results are returned by relevance.
Provides a gateway for various materials activities at UW-Madison. The Regional Materials and Manufacturing Network is a portal for materials and manufacturing information.
Provides tailored consultation services on how to effectively engage patient and community stakeholders in research and outreach programming. Services include:
- Community Advisors on Research Design and Strategies (CARDS)® – an innovative way to get valuable, candid feedback from community members on how to make project materials more inviting and easier to understand;
- Tailored training programs for community/patient advisory groups;
- Advice on improving clarity and appeal of consumer-facing materials, such as survey or interview questions, video scripts, health education materials, web pages, and abstracts or summaries for non-scientist audiences;
- Recommendations on strategies for successful recruitment and retention of project participants.
Assists in routing, approval, and negotiation of applications and agreements related to extramural funding on the UW campus. WISPER provides the data necessary to record information sufficient for internal tracking and reporting purposes and facilitates the Generation of Awards in the new PeopleSoft Grants system.
WISPER is a flexible system that allows each record to be facilitated in its own unique process across campus. Each record is accessible only to users who have been asked to participate via their role as a Principal Investigator, Campus Contact, Routing Recipient, Approver, Division, or RSP. Each user performs his or her step in the process and can route the record on for additional processing while still maintaining access to track or support additional data or document collection.
Creates digital media to visualize complex processes, data, and/or abstract concepts to target both general and specialized audiences. Services include 3-D modelling and animation, illustration and graphic design, and video services: documentation and script writing; field and studio video production; lecture and presentation recording; editing; file transfer and DVD/Blu-Ray authoring; and ADA-compliant closed-captioning services.
A web content management service that enables you to easily deliver an engaging online experience for students, potential students, parents, faculty, staff, and interested visitors. WiscWeb CMS provides website authoring, collaboration and administration tools designed to allow users with little knowledge of web programming languages or markup languages to create and manage the site’s content with relative ease.
Helps undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in all disciplines become more effective, more confident writers. They believe that writing is a powerful tool not only for communicating existing ideas but also for discovering new ones; that learning to write is a life-long process; and that all writers benefit from sharing work in progress with knowledgeable, attentive readers. They offer individual help, workshops, and online resources.