Once your project is registered:
- We will contact you via email to arrange a meeting with you, and include your primary supervisor if you are a research student. Whether your supervisor(s) attend is a decision that you and your supervisors need to make.
- You can contact SAL Staff for technical assistance using email, or by simply dropping into SAL.
- If you use email to contact us, please send it from your UOW email account.
- If you choose to stop by in person, please be respectful of other people’s meetings with SAL staff.
Resources available once registered include:
A Project Share Space
A project share is a dedicated space on the UOW network in which you can store important project data and collaborate with your project team.Whether your project would benefit from access to a share is one of the topics discussed at the first project meeting after registration with SAL.
If you have a project share already created for your project, the following information may assist you:
If you need more space in your share:
- Check that only material relevant to your research project is stored in the share.
- Estimate how much additional space you think you will need, be realistic.
- Ask for what you need, and remember you can always request another quota increase later if it is required.
- Email Heidi with the size of the increase you are requesting and a simple (one line is usually enough) description of why you need the extra space.
If you need to add or remove someone from access to your share:
- Email Heidi with the name, role, and UOW username of the person to be added.
- Email Heidi with the name and UOW username of the person to be removed.
If you need to connect to your share on your personal computer over the wireless network:
- Email Heidi to get the path to your share.
- You will need to prefix your username withADUOW\ when mapping the drive.
The ESRI Virtual Campus
If it has been a while since you last flexed your ArcGIS muscles, or you are looking to extend your skills, we can provide you with access to a subset of the Virtual Campus through our Education Site Licence in support of your non-commercial research work.
Once you have access to the ESRI Virtual Campus, check out the Skills Refreshers Page if you are not sure where to start 🙂