Hacky Hours


Tango 2.0 Hacky Hours

UniSA's Information and Technology Services (ISTS) will be hosting regular "Hacky Hours" to talk about the Tango 2.0 High Performance Computing (HPC) Cluster. This will be aimed at researchers to promote HPC and how to use HPC for research.  

Through this initiative, ISTS expects to build a community of practice around HPC at UniSA and provide as much support as possible to researchers for the introduction of the service.

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Upcoming events

Our next Hacky Hours will be held on the following dates:

  • Wednesday 8th December 2021, 11am-12pm, online
  • Tuesday 18th January 2022, 11am-12pm, online

Please register through EDGEx.

Related guides

Please refer to the following guides for more information:


REDCap Hacky Hours

Research Electronic Data Capture

There are a wide range of survey and data collection tools available online for researchers. Well-known tools include SurveyMonkey, Qualtrics, LimeSurvey and REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) – most of these options include free and paid versions with varying levels of features.

UniSA hosts REDCap and LimeSurvey, which are available free to all UniSA staff and students. One major advantage of using these tools is that all data is stored on University servers.

UniSA’s Information and Technology Services (ISTS) will be hosting a "Hacky Hour" to talk about the REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) survey tool and how it can be used effectively in research data gathering. The session will also briefly describe LimeSurvey and the key differences between the two tools.

Through this initiative ISTS expects to build a community of practice around survey tools like REDCap and LimeSurvey provided by UniSA and provide as much support as possible to researchers with the service.

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Upcoming events

Our next Hacky Hour will be held on the following date:

  • Wednesday 1st December 2021, 11am-12pm, online

Please register through EDGEx.

Related guides

Please refer to the following guides for more information: