The ITS Advanced Research Computing group is partnering with Globus Online to conduct a web tutorial on Thursday, October 18, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The tutorial will demonstrate how to use Globus Online to move research data, including walkthroughs of the most frequently used user interfaces and features, tips and tricks for resource administrators, and a question and answer period. Globus Online is a free, secure, reliable service used to make large-scale, high-speed data movement fast and easy. The utility uses an easy-to-use web-interface to make file selection easy to initiate and monitor, and simultaneous parallel threads to speed the transfer of data. It can be used to move data between the CWRU high performance computing cluster, XSEDE supercomputer resources, other national resources and local workstations. Register for this FREE webinar at globusonline.org/events/data-movement-for-case-western-reserve-university-users/. More information on Advanced Research Computing services can be found at case.edu/its/researchcomputing.