LabArchives eResearch notebook

LabArchives electronic research notebook is Duke-supported, multi-disciplinary, and designed to help improve research documentation.

Key Features of LabArchives @ Duke:

  • Free account for anyone with a Duke netID
  • Secure data storage on the LabArchives cloud-based server
  • Unlimited storage for files under 15GB
  • The ability to share notebooks with collaborators and colleagues
  • Easily searchable data and notes

Copy and Bookmark the Duke specific URL address to directly access Duke LabArchives notebooks in one step: Login to LabArchives

No sensitive data or Protected Health Information may be stored in your LabArchives notebooks, see the FAQ sheet above or contact ASIST for information on where you may store sensitive data at Duke. To create an account:

  1. Go to
  2. Select "Duke University" on the dropdown list
  3. Login using your Duke Credentials

You can also sign-in to your LabArchives account through the my Links widget in myRESEARCHhome.

Fill out this survey to get the Zoom link for Weekly Office Hours (Wed 12-1) or to schedule a consultation.

LabArchives support

1. Contact LabArchives with questions about how to utilize specific features.  LabArchives has multiple support options: 

2. Contact ASIST ( for support on best practices in data management within LabArchives, e.g., how to organize notebooks, identifying other resources, additional training and consultation on using LabArchives at Duke. 

ASIST hosts weekly LabArchives Office Hours for additional support. Use this survey to alert ASIST of your plans to attend, or submit a quick question. A Zoom link for the recurring event will be emailed upon completion of the survey

All Duke LabArchives users have access to Duke's institutional support notebook: "LabArchives @ Duke Support" (share widget codes, FAQs, and training materials etc.) 

3. Contact Duke IT support for help with shibboleth authentication issues or internet connection issues. 

  • Duke School of Medicine and School of Nursing: Contact Duke Health Technology Services (DHTS) by email: or Contact DHTS by phone: 919-684-2243, and select Option 4 for Research Support Services.
  • Duke Campus Schools: Contact Duke Office of Information Technology (OIT) by phone: 919-684-2200 or contact via live-chat on the OIT support website