ORIA with UTO have developed a Faculty Dashboard that allows faculty to view research participants who need training for each of your sponsored projects that support students or postdoctoral researchers. It also allows you to see the status of your students and postdocs. To access the dashboard click on Faculty Dashboard Login in the right menu of the main RCR site. If you have any questions about using the dashboard please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-965-6788.
First time user instructions for registering and logging into CITI are below:
Go to CITI website
Click on New User and register completing all fields.
Please note: Be sure to enter your asurite id. (Failure to use your asurite upon registrations will not register course completion at ASU) When the course screen appears, select RCR and the [closest match to your field of research]. There is a Basics course that may be completed by undergraduate students only.
This will take you to the Learner's page where you will see your course. Click Enter or Re-enter to begin taking the modules.
For returning users, log in to your CITI account to your main page where you will see the courses you have enrolled in. Below that section, select "Add Course or Update Learner Group". The next screen will give you choices of RCR research areas you can choose from. Select the type that most closely matches your research field and then click Continue at the bottom of the page. Your new RCR course should now show on your main page. Just click on Enter to begin taking the modules.
NOTE: You do not need to complete all modules in one session. If you have any questions about accessing CITI please email email@example.com
Case studies: by core area
NIH ORI Introduction to RCR
This link provides you with the National Institutes of Health, Office of Research Integrity's "Introduction to RCR" and each relevant section should be read prior to doing case study assignments.
- Animal Care and Use: Fish, Frogs, and Mice
- Data Management: Who Owns the Data?
- Conflict of Interest: Weighing Interests
- Human Subjects Research: A Difficult Assignment
- Research Misconduct: Career Versus Responsibility
- Responsible Authorship: A Publication Dilemma
- Mentoring: The Mentoring Review Committee
- Collaborative Research: Beginning a Collaboration
- Responding to Research Wrongdoing: A User Friendly Guide
- Authorship & Graduate Students
NSF has provided funding for two sites to begin creating digital libraries of RCR resources.
NIH RCR resources
Additional resources for all core areas.
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