Electronic resources for our PSOM community
While we continue to respond to and live through these changing and challenging times, I remain keenly aware of the discovery, dedication, and encouragement fostered throughout our laboratories, classrooms, offices, and clinics. We are fortunate to have access to robust computer programs and software that support this important work, and I write to highlight a number of updated electronic resources available to our community.
The graphic below illustrates IT resources supported by our colleagues in Digital Academic Research Transformation [DART]. Many useful software packages can be downloaded free to the Penn community under University site licenses. Please also note some additional online resources offered through:
- PSOM Research Website, with funding opportunities, information on preparing grants (including NIH forms, budget tools, STEM outreach, etc.), and more.
- The newly redesigned Office of Academic Affairs (formerly Office of Faculty Affairs & Professional Development) website, with links to and templates on areas such as teaching, mentoring, wellness, and professionalism.
- Policies and procedures and information on pre- and post- award grant management through the Office of Research Support Services.
- Courtesy of Penn Libraries:
- Free subscriptions to several major newspaper websites and mobile applications, such as the New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal.
- Access to EndNote 20, a reference and full-text organizer to create bibliographies and format documents.
- The Lean Library Library Access Browser Extension allows you to easily access Penn Libraries' licensed content from your laptop or desktop computer when off-campus.
- Any IT-related questions? Contact DART via the web.
Jon Epstein, MD
EVD | CSO