Below are videos from recorded informational sessions as well as brief tutorials pertaining to specific topics that may be of interest to researchers. Please note that these videos are only accessible to those with an “unl.edu” email address and we ask that you please do not download and distribute this information. If you are an investigator or researcher outside of the UNL community and would like access to these resources, please contact the Research Compliance Services director.
IRB/Human Subjects Research
Changes to the Common Rule (45 CFR 46)
This informational session held on November 30, 2018 reviewed the upcoming changes to the Common Rule and related UNL policies to ensure campus researchers and investigators are aware and prepared.
When Do You Need IRB Approval: Collaborators, Data, and Biospecimens
This informational session held on July 31, 2018 discussed the requirements for IRB approval; revealed some helpful hints regarding grant proposals involving human subjects, understanding review categories, and determining if collaborators are engaged in human subjects research; and had some insights from an NIH funded Principal Investigator who has experience with multi-site projects.
Multi-Site & Single IRB (sIRB) Training
This informational session held on April 10, 2018 discussed the multi-site and sIRB requirements and how best to navigate them; revealed some helpful hints and common points of confusion with sIRB, multi-site projects, and SMART IRB; provided information on new human subjects NIH proposal requirements; and provided some insights from an NIH funded principal investigator who has experience with sIRB and multi-site projects.
Note: If you will be conducting a multi-site research project with sIRB requirements, please contact the IRB coordinator listed within your protocol in NUgrant as soon as possible to discuss timelines and procedures.
Export Controls Campus Training
This informational session held on December 11, 2018 discussed a general overview of export control regulations and data and IT security requirements; provided information regarding the differences between Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and Covered Defense Information (CD); and revealed some helpful hints from NU One ITS regarding use of Microsoft 365.gov.
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