When requesting additional computing accounts, what questions will I need to answer?

The following lists questions you will need to answer when requesting additional accounts on Indiana University systems, such as Big Red II and Karst.

For more about requesting additional computing accounts, see At IU, if I already have some computing accounts, how do I get others?

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Big Red II

Big Red II supports research, development, scholarship, and creative activities at IU. So that we may better understand its value to you, we need to know how you use Big Red II. We ask you to do the following:

* Once a year, send to researchtechnologies@iu.edu a list of citations to any intellectual property (e.g., journal articles, reports, presentations) you developed as a result of your use of Big Red II.

* Acknowledge your use of IU's cyberinfrastructure in your published papers (see https://kb.iu.edu/data/anwt.html#II for details).

* Indicate up to three disciplines and sub-disciplines below that best represent your activities.

(Required values denoted by a *)

* I have read and understand my responsibilities with respect to PHI on Big Red II. [1]

* I agree to provide an annual list of my publications based on work done with Big Red II.

* I agree to cite the use of Big Red II and other university resources in my publications. [2]

* Country of citizenship:

* Primary Discipline:

* Primary Sub-discipline:

Secondary Discipline:

Secondary Sub-discipline:

Tertiary Discipline:

Tertiary Sub-discipline:

[1] IF YOU USE THIS SYSTEM FOR STORING ELECTRONIC PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION, please note that you and/or the Principal Investigator (PI) are responsible for the privacy and security of data and for compliance with applicable federal and state laws/regulations and institutional policies. IU's HIPAA policies include the appropriate Institutional Review Board (IRB) approvals and a Data Management Plan. Be advised that, while we provide technical and physical controls against the unauthorized release of data in accordance with HIPAA, responsibility for administrative controls (including granting access and terminating access, providing training, creating user policies, etc.), rests with you and/or the PI. We strongly recommend that you review http://kb.iu.edu/data/bdis.html for guidance on how to use this system for electronic protected health information. If you have further questions, please email us at hps-admin@iu.edu.

[2] For more information on citing Big Red II, see https://kb.iu.edu/data/anwt.html.

Carbonate

Carbonate supports research, development, scholarship, and creative activities at IU. So that we may better understand its value to you, we need to know how you use Carbonate. We ask you to do the following:

* Once a year, send to researchtechnologies@iu.edu a list of citations to any intellectual property (e.g., journal articles, reports, presentations) you developed as a result of your use of Carbonate.

* Acknowledge your use of IU's cyberinfrastructure in your published papers (see https://kb.iu.edu/data/anwt.html#II for details).

* Indicate up to three disciplines and sub-disciplines below that best represent your activities.

(Required values denoted by a *)

* I have read and understand my responsibilities with respect to PHI on Carbonate. [1]

* I agree to provide an annual list of my publications based on work done with Carbonate.

* I agree to cite the use of Carbonate and other university resources in my publications. [2]

* Country of citizenship:

* Primary Discipline:

* Primary Sub-discipline:

Secondary Discipline:

Secondary Sub-discipline:

Tertiary Discipline:

Tertiary Sub-discipline:

[1] IF YOU USE THIS SYSTEM FOR STORING ELECTRONIC PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION, please note that you and/or the Principal Investigator (PI) are responsible for the privacy and security of data and for compliance with applicable federal and state laws/regulations and institutional policies. IU's HIPAA policies include the appropriate Institutional Review Board (IRB) approvals and a Data Management Plan. Be advised that, while we provide technical and physical controls against the unauthorized release of data in accordance with HIPAA, responsibility for administrative controls (including granting access and terminating access, providing training, creating user policies, etc.), rests with you and/or the PI. We strongly recommend that you review http://kb.iu.edu/data/bdis.html for guidance on how to use this system for electronic protected health information. If you have further questions, please email us at hps-admin@iu.edu.

[2] For more information on citing Carbonate, see https://kb.iu.edu/data/anwt.html.

Karst

Karst supports research, development, scholarship, and creative activities at IU. So that we may better understand its value to you, we need to know how you use Karst. We ask you to do the following:

* Once a year, send to researchtechnologies@iu.edu a list of citations to any intellectual property (e.g., journal articles, reports, presentations) you developed as a result of your use of Karst.

* Acknowledge your use of IU's cyberinfrastructure in your published papers (see https://kb.iu.edu/data/anwt.html#II for details).

* Indicate up to three disciplines and sub-disciplines below that best represent your activities.

(Required values denoted by a *)

* I have read and understand my responsibilities with respect to PHI on Karst. [1]

* I agree to provide an annual list of my publications based on work done with Karst.

* I agree to cite the use of Karst and other university resources in my publications. [2]

* Country of citizenship:

* Primary Discipline:

* Primary Sub-discipline:

Secondary Discipline:

Secondary Sub-discipline:

Tertiary Discipline:

Tertiary Sub-discipline:

[1] IF YOU USE THIS SYSTEM FOR STORING ELECTRONIC PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION, please note that you and/or the Principal Investigator (PI) are responsible for the privacy and security of data and for compliance with applicable federal and state laws/regulations and institutional policies. IU's HIPAA policies include the appropriate Institutional Review Board (IRB) approvals and a Data Management Plan. Be advised that, while we provide technical and physical controls against the unauthorized release of data in accordance with HIPAA, responsibility for administrative controls (including granting access and terminating access, providing training, creating user policies, etc.), rests with you and/or the PI. We strongly recommend that you review http://kb.iu.edu/data/bdis.html for guidance on how to use this system for electronic protected health information. If you have further questions, please email us at hps-admin@iu.edu.

[2] For more information on citing Karst, see https://kb.iu.edu/data/anwt.html.

Research Database Complex (RDC)

I have read and understand my responsibilities with respect to PHI on RDC.

IF YOU USE THIS SYSTEM FOR STORING ELECTRONIC PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION, please note that you and/or the Principal Investigator (PI) are responsible for the privacy and security of data and for compliance with applicable federal and state laws/regulations and institutional policies. IU's HIPAA policies include the appropriate Institutional Review Board (IRB) approvals and a Data Management Plan. Be advised that, while we provide technical and physical controls against the unauthorized release of data in accordance with HIPAA, responsibility for administrative controls (including granting access and terminating access, providing training, creating user policies, etc.), rests with you and/or the PI. We strongly recommend that you review http://kb.iu.edu/data/bdis.html for guidance on how to use this system for electronic protected health information. If you have further questions, please email us at hps-admin@iu.edu.

Scholarly Data Archive

Please provide additional information by filling out the following form (note that all fields are required). If you have questions, please email store-admin@iu.edu.

Department:

Phone Number:

Storage space needed

Immediately:

Within 6 months:

Within 12 months:

Estimated number of files:

Duration of storage:

Average file size:

Comments:
(a brief description of the project that will use the SDA and the manner in which SDA will be used)

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