During the Covid-19 amended working pattern, we’ll be sharing our resources on how to continue with your computational research, teaching and learning whilst working remotely. We’ll also share more resources from our Research Computing colleagues around the world.
Using the HPC whilst working remotely
See below for a range of videos covering useful topics for accessing and using HPC when working remotely.
Getting MobaXTerm and connecting to ARC
Connecting to ARC from off-campus via MobaXTerm
Connecting to ARC off-campus via Linux/MacOS
Configuring your MobaXTerm Terminal for accessing ARC remotely
Data Transfer using Rsync (On Campus)
Using Conda on ARC4 (only on ARC4)
Submitting a job on ARC
Troubleshooting a job on HPC
Deleting a job in the queue
Research Remote working resources
See below for videos on how to set up useful research computing tools on your local computer when remote working.
Getting Anaconda Python and Conda package manager on Windows
Getting Anaconda Python and Conda package manager on Linux
Getting Anaconda Python and Conda package manager on MacOS
Get a Bash shell on your Windows Computer
Resources for teaching and learning remotely
Resources for preparing online/remote teaching
Another article with a discussion of issues and links to other resources, focused more on K-12
Google doc with links to a myriad of university sites that discuss strategies and methods for moving classes online. I have not looked at all of them but note that the keep teaching site at The Ohio State University is very comprehensive.
Blog post for Chronicle on Higher Education with discussion of major issues and links to other resources
Chronicle guides to online teaching: