Collaboration Spaces

 


NIH Collaboratory collaboration spaces are available for Collaboratory members and partners. These collaboration spaces provide a secure location for storing, organizing, and sharing files and information via a web browser, accessible from anywhere. Collaboration spaces are designed for project management and collaboration activities across multiple cores and demonstration projects.

Access to information is controlled by role, task, and type of information to ensure that data is secure and is shared with the targeted audience. 

Take a short tour of our Collaboration spaces via this video below.


Who has access to these spaces?

Collaboration spaces are primarily used by the NIH Collaboratory Cores members. Currently, we have seven dedicated Collaboration spaces for individual Core groups as well as additional limited access spaces for specific constituents.


If you are a team member of the NIH Collaboratory project and would like to get access to Collaboration Spaces, please Complete this form to request access

Interested in Upgrading Your Access Rights?

Contact us at NIH-Collaboratory@dm.duke.edu

Logging into the Collaboration Spaces

Use the account information sent to you from the NIH Collaboratory mailbox when your account was initially created.

https://flow.dcri.duke.edu/sites/collaboratory

Changing Your Password

To change your password, you will need to reference the account information sent to you from NIH Collaboratory mailbox when your account was initially created.

Use the following URL to change your temporary Collaboration Space (SharePoint) account password (this is for non-Duke members only):
https://flow.dcri.duke.edu/SiteAssets/passwordchange.aspx

  1. In the Old Password field, type your current login password. [Note: Use the temporary password sent to you from the NIH Collaboratory mailbox when your account was initially created.]

  2. Using the guidelines displayed at the top of the screen, type a New Password.

  3. To ensure you did not enter a typo, type the new password a second time in Confirm New Password.

  4. Click Change Password.


Other questions? Comments? Use this form to submit them to the NIH Collaboratory