The Research Computing team provides free, online training sessions for Discovery users and Northeastern Students interested in learning more about Discovery. If you’re new to Discovery, we strongly recommend watching the Discovery Introduction Video. You’ll need to sign in using your Northeastern username and password to view the video.
Use the link below to view our Introduction to Discovery video training module. You’ll need to sign in using your Northeastern username and password to view the video. If you’re new to Discovery, we strongly recommend watching this introductory video.
Recorded Research Computing training sessions have been added to the Research Computing Training Course in Canvas. Once you’ve clicked the link to enroll, you will need to log in using your Northeastern credentials.
The training sessions cover a wide range of skill levels and offer you the opportunity to explore training sessions at your own pace, in the areas that you’re most interested in (e.g., Linux & Shell Scripting, Slurm Arrays, Software Installation, GPUs, Bioinformatics, Deep Learning, LAMMPs). You will be able to perform hands-on training exercises by accessing RC files shared on GitHub repositories.
If you are faculty using Discovery with your class and would like us to develop or present a personalized training session for your class, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All Discovery users can also reach out with any suggestions for future training topics!