Need support for your digital scholarship endeavours? Looking for advice on advanced research computing? Curious about digital knowledge mobilization?
Book a one-on-one consultation with one of our many experts, or visit a drop-in workshop in The Digital Collaboratory to learn about digital tools for citation management, data visualization, national computing, or data management.
Want to take your research innovation to the marketplace? Not sure how? The path from discovery to commercialization is not always clear.
Let the Brock LINC take out some of the guesswork. We’ll facilitate connections to help you bring your discoveries from the lab to the world. From prototyping to manufacturing, funding to commercialization, we help bridge the science and entrepreneurship gap by finding the right support to nurture the development of your discovery.
- Validation, Prototyping & Manufacturing Institute (VPMI)
Brock University is a proud academic partner of SHARCNET, a world-class high performance computing (HPC) environment created to meet growing, and often unmet, HPC demands. As such, The Digital Collaboratory is pleased to offer High Performance Computing Technical Consultations to assist researchers in the efficient and effective use of the computational resources and provide guidance on program applications.
Interested in booking a one-on-one consultation? Email Tyler Collins (email@example.com) or James Desjardins (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Digital Collaboratory’s Advanced Research Computing Consultants, to set up an appointment.
Want to reach a broader audience with your research? Curious about how to best use social media to share knowledge? Interested in trying new methods for research dissemination but not sure where to start?
The Brock LINC has you covered. Book a consultation with our Digital Research Communications Officer (email@example.com) to develop a strategy for mobilizing your research through digital channels. Together, you will identify the appropriate audience, message, content, and channels for disseminating your research findings.
Interested in learning how to use digital tools for data management, citation management, or data visualization? Curious about national computing platforms?
Visit a drop-in workshop in The Digital Collaboratory (RFP 216) to learn from the experts on how to use software for your digital research projects.
- Citation and Data Management: Mondays, 11:00am – 11:45am
- Data Visualization: Thursdays, 1:00pm – 1:45pm
- National Computing Platform: Thursdays, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Looking for one-on-one support? Contact the Digital Scholarship Lab (firstname.lastname@example.org) to book a digital scholarship consultation.
Looking to solve a research problem in a collaborative setting? Open up your lab meetings to researchers across campus who can provide additional feedback/critiques and book a Facilitated Open Lab Meeting in The Digital Collaboratory.
Contact Digital Research Communications Officer Kait Kribs (email@example.com) for more information.