2020-06-12: All calendars are overlaid for the Multiuser room (ALS 2156). Sign up on the calendar for your instrument as usual in a time spot that doesn't conflict with others. After reserving time, check to make sure you will be the only person in that time slot.
 
NOTICE:  You will need to be added as an ADMIN to be able to login and submit events to certain calendars, please read the usage details below.
  
Calendars
Description
Contact(s)
Reserving ALS 4001 auditorium. All events submitted will be approved by calendar contacts
 
Notes:
  • Starting 2010-11 academic year, all scheduling for ALS 4001 from 8:00am-3:00pm on Mondays-Thursdays will be done through the Schedule Desk. Scheduling from 3:00-5:00pm on Mondays-Thursdays, and 8:00am-5:00pm on Fridays will be made through the CGRB's Event Calendar.
  • After hours and weekends can also be scheduled but special accommodation may need to be made with the Schedule Desk for after hour access.
  • The projector is accessed through the podium and is laptop ready. Just plug in and use your own laptop. Directions for operation are on the podium.
(737-3678)
Azure c600 Imager Calendar ADMIN users can submit and approve their own events. Located in ALS 2156 Felipe Arredondo
Digital Droplet PCRCalendar
Contact Anne-Marie Girard to reserve times for your experiments, please do not submit events.
Information on Digital Droplet PCR . Located in ALS 3012.
Anne-Marie Girard
Katie Carter
CalendarGeneMapper Analysis Contact Katie Carter to reserve times for your experiments, please do not submit events. Located in ALS 3012. Katie Carter
Mark Dasenko will schedule all events, please do not submit events.  Information on High Throughput Sequencing (HTS). Please note that the events listed on this calendar are for reference only, and are subject to change on a daily basis to reflect the status of the Illumina sequencer and completed runs.
ADMIN users can submit and approve their own events
ADMIN users can submit and approve their own events
Information on NanoDrop ND-1000 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer. Located in ALS 2156
Felipe Arredondo
QCalendarubit Fluorometer
ADMIN users can submit their own events
Information on the Invitrogen Qubit Fluorometer. Located in ALS 2156
Felipe Arredondo
ADMIN users can submit and approve their own events.
Information on ABI PRISM 7500 Real-Time PCR. Located in ALS 2156
 
Notes:
  • Please sign up for the following start times during peak hours: 8:00 am, 10:45 am, 1:30 pm, 4:15 pm, 7:00 pm
  • 2.75 hours should be enough time for most runs
  • The machine is also available nights and weekends
  • These time periods are subject to change
ADMIN users can submit and approve their own events
Felipe Arredondo
To submit an event, or report any problems contact microscopy support.
Information on Zeiss Axiovert 200M Microscope. Located in ALS 3131

 

 
To submit an event, or report any problems contact microscopy support.
Information on Zeiss LSM 780 NLO Confocal Microscope. Located in ALS 2070
  • Contact the room (ALS 2070) at 737-9826.
Anne-Marie Girard
Zeiss Zen Microscope Analysis WorkstationCalendar
ADMIN users can submit and approve their own events.
Information on Zeiss Zen Microscope Analysis workstation. Located in ALS 3131
  •   Report any problems to microscopy support
Anne-Marie Girard
 
 

Usage

This usage section covers the following areas:

ADMIN Account Setup

Any user wishing to submit an event to the following calendars:

Need to request ADMIN access by emailing Matthew Peterson with the following information:

  • ONID username
  • Lab name
  • Calendar name

Upon receiving notification that you have been added as an ADMIN, you can login and submit new events to the calendar. Instructions on submitting events can be found on the Calendar Help and Basic Usage.  After entering the information for the event and clicking "Continue," you will be taken to a Preview screen (pictured below). Make sure that the "Auto-approve on My Calendars" checkbox is checked before you click "Submit."  (This checkbox allows your event to be posted immediately and only appears if you have logged in.)

Example of an Event Submission Page

 

Overlapping Calendar Entries

The Calendar was designed to allow for simultaneous entry of multiple events. Therefore, users entering events need to verify (both before and after submitting an event) that their event does not overlap with another user's event. The following example illustrates two users on the Nanodrop calendar with overlapping events. This is not acceptable, because the Core Facilities only has a single Nanodrop available for use.

Note: There are different calendar views available in Advanced view via the following icons:

Calendar icons  These icons respectively represent "Day," "Week," "Month," and "List" view.

 

List View

Example of Calendar List View

Day View

Example of Calendar Day View

After submitting your event, please carefully look at the calendar to verify that your event been posted and that it does not overlap with any other event. If you find that you have overlapped with another user's event, you need to delete your event and reschedule for an available time.

 

Reference

If you have additional questions about the calendars, please contact Matthew Peterson.