Given the current restrictions on capacity and visitors to campus, our usual systems for booking facilities and equipment have been modified. Please get in touch with Jen-Kai Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information on what equipment is currently available for use and how to book CRBLM facilities, such as the sound booth for recording stimuli or EEG equipment for participant experiments.
NOTE: THE FINAL SESSION WILL BE ON DEC 2, 2021.
The CRBLM is running weekly drop-in help with experimental design and analysis starting on August 12th and continuing every Thursday from 12:30-2pm EST. We welcome trainees from all backgrounds to join in discussions about experimental design as it applies to their own research and to the research of others. The series is designed as an informal, drop-in opportunity to spark these conversations with peers in the field. Professor Jon Sakata (McGill University) will be available during this time to offer insight and expertise. Meetings with Professor Sakata can be arranged either as drop-ins or through advanced booking of an appointment here: https://crblm.setmore.com. The event can be accessed through this Gathertown link. If you have any suggestions for what you’d like to see incorporated into the series, please let us know via this poll.
When: every Thursday from 12:30-2pm EST
Are you applying for graduate funding through a national, provincial, internal, or any other grant competition? The CRBLM is starting a new proofreading service for graduate funding applications. This service will be available in French and English, and will focus on the grammar and language side of the application proposal (not the content). The service is completely free to student CRBLM members. To submit your work for proofreading, send your draft application (complete or partial) to email@example.com. The service is targeted to those writing in their second language, but we welcome submissions from all students. We will need at least 3 business days to review your work, so please account for this when planning your submission.
All CRBLM members and their trainees have access to the BRAMS-OTP for hosting their online experiments. Instructions on how to set up your account, as well as video tutorials for designing experiments, can be found at https://brams.org/online-testing-platform-training/
The CRBLM is equipped with Synology NAS that allows users to store and share their data and files 24/7. It is available to all CRBLM members. If you, like most of our members, are doing increasing amounts of research research remotely, you may find this service could be useful for your work. For further details, please contact Jen-Kai at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CRBLM members and their trainees can receive posters printed without charge through the image analysis lab. Given staffing restrictions during covid, the poster printing service is operating on reduced hours. Please contact email@example.com for inquiries related to poster printing.
Over the summer, the CRBLM is pleased to provide support for updating your lab’s website. CRBLM members are invited to take this opportunity to have a trained web administrator update your lab member profiles, list of publications, or other aspects of your online presence. Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how we can help.