Members of the University of Arizona community have access to privileged research, professional development, and other opportunities through campus membership and/or subscription to IT related groups.
Research / Education
EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology. EDUCAUSE programs include professional development activities, print and electronic publications, strategic policy initiatives, research, awards for leadership and exemplary practices, and a wealth of online information services. A comprehensive range of resources and activities is available to all interested employees at EDUCAUSE member organizations.
National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)
My NCBI saves searches and results from multiple NCBI databases, and features an option to automatically update and email search results from your saved searches. My NCBI users can save their citations (journal articles, books, meetings, patents and presentations) in My Bibliography and manage peer review article compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy. My NCBI includes additional features for filtering search results, highlighting search terms, and setting LinkOut, Document Delivery Service and Outside Tool preferences.
Research.gov (National Science Foundation)
Research.gov is the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) grants management system that provides easy access to research-related information and grants management services in one location. Research.gov is the modernization of FastLane, providing the next generation of grants management capabilities for the research community.
Education Advisory Board (EAB) IT Forum
EAB finds and develops best practices to address education’s top challenges. Their research forums share proven, peer-tested ideas from colleges and universities around the world, and the Office of the CIO has purchased a subscription to their IT Forum. Take advantage of EAB's research and insights, resources and tools, events and webinars, and blog.
The Internet2 community focuses on developing and deploying advanced networking technologies and capabilities in service of U.S. research and higher education. Internet2 members represent a wide range of research and academic disciplines from over 300 member institutions, including leading U.S. universities, corporations, government research agencies, and not-for-profit networking organizations.