Welcome to a new academic year at UBC!
As a researcher, this page includes a list of top IT services that you may require while conducting research at UBC both on and off campus. If you ever need assistance, please reach out to us in one of the ways described below or directly at www.it.ubc.ca/helpdesk.
Data Management and Research Systems
Advanced Research Computing
The Advanced Research Computing team provides consultation, expertise, and access to tools that support computationally intensive research.
Research Systems (RISe)
The RISe tool can help manage compliance and funding applications, and handle workflows associated with approvals and reviews.
Institutional data is a strategic asset for UBC. Read about the data governance program and the people involved to better understand how UBC is working to ensure data is managed and protected at UBC.
Research Data Management
UBC Library is here to assist researchers in the creation, management and dissemination of their research data.
Setting yourself up for successful remote work doesn't have to be difficult. We've created a guide on what you'll need to work off-campus.
Privacy and Information Security Training
Privacy & information security training is mandatory for those who use UBC Electronic Information and Systems.
UBC ARC Sockeye is a high-performance computing platform available to UBC researchers across all disciplines.
UBC ARC Chinook is a new object storage platform with an initial 5 PB of storage available to UBC researchers by application.
UBC Survey Tool
Create surveys with the UBC Survey Tool, a Canadian-hosted solution with enterprise features.
The REDCap platform is a secure web application for building and managing research data collection instruments.
UBC Studios offers creative media production and educational media support services including video production, graphic design, print services, and DIY studio spaces.
Need IT help? Contact us by phone at 604.822.2008 or submit a request at https://web.it.ubc.ca/forms/isf/. Follow us on @UBCIToutages on Twitter for the latest updates on service outages and incidents.