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Revision 72018-05-28 - WilliamSeligman

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  • Click on the "Register" button (assuming you have never registered with CITI before)
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  • In the "Search for organization" field, start typing "Columbia University". You'll be able to select it after just a few characters. After that, click on "Continue to Step 2".
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  • In the "Search for organization" field, start typing "Columbia University". You'll be able to select it after just a few characters. Agree to the Terms of Service, then affirm you're a Columbia University affiliate. Continue to SSO Login.
 
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  • Fill out your name. For your email address, either put your Columbia UNI or your own email address; you'll receive an unimportant confirmation email once you complete the course. Continue to Step 3.

  • Create an account name and password. I wouldn't make a big deal about the password, since you'll probably never come back to this site again. Pro tip: If you type apg on any of the Linux systems at Nevis, you'll get some random passwords you can cut-and-paste. Put anything you like for the security question and answer. Continue to Step 4.

  • Start typing "United States" in the country field until you can select it. Continue to Step 5.

  • Click "No" to the CEU credit question. Click that you don't want CITI to contact you later. Continue to Step 6.

  • Fill out the required fields on this page. Use your UNI for the email address. Your role in research is "Student Researcher". For the office phone, use the phone in room 118: 914-591-2867. Continue to Step 7.
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  • Enter your Columbia UNI.
 
  • On the next page, select "Responsible Conduct of Research Training".

Revision 62016-05-26 - WilliamSeligman

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  • Go through each topic in turn.
    • The videos go over the same material as the text. There's no real need to watch them.
    • At the end of each page, take the quiz (if there is one)
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    • At the bottom each quiz results, select "Take the next ELECTIVE module" unless you need to re-take the quiz to get a higher score.
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    • At the bottom each of the quiz results, select "Take the next ELECTIVE module" unless you need to re-take the quiz to get a higher score.
 
  • At the end of the last topic, select "Go to Post-Course Completion Options".
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  • Print the PDF file you'll get:
    • At Nevis, select the printer "bw-research" if you don't have a preferred printer.
    • Save paper by selecting "two-sided" or "duplex" printing.
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    • Give a copy of the certificate to Amy Garwood in room 106* so we have a record that you took the course.
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    • Give a copy of the certificate to Amy Garwood in room 106 so we have a record that you took the course.

Revision 52016-05-26 - WilliamSeligman

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  • In the "Search for organization" field, start typing "Columbia University". You'll be able to select it after just a few characters. After that, click on "Continue to Step 2".
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  • Fill out your name. For your email address, put your Columbia UNI. Continue to Step 3.
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  • Fill out your name. For your email address, either put your Columbia UNI or your own email address; you'll receive an unimportant confirmation email once you complete the course. Continue to Step 3.
 
Changed:
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  • Create an account name and password. I wouldn't make a big deal about the password, since you'll probably never come back to this site again. Pro tip: If you type apg on any of the Linux systems at Nevis, you'll get some random passwords you can cut-and-paste. Put anything you like for the security question and answer (bear in mind you'll probably never visit this site again). Continue to Step 4.
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  • Create an account name and password. I wouldn't make a big deal about the password, since you'll probably never come back to this site again. Pro tip: If you type apg on any of the Linux systems at Nevis, you'll get some random passwords you can cut-and-paste. Put anything you like for the security question and answer. Continue to Step 4.
 
  • Start typing "United States" in the country field until you can select it. Continue to Step 5.
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  • On the next page, select "Physical Sciences".

  • Click "Finalize Registration".
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  • Complete the Assurance statement. click on the first option at the bottom of the page (you're taking the course for yourself; if you're not, re-read that page!)

  • For each of the topics listed, go over the material.
    • At the bottom of the topic page, take the quiz if there is one.
    • After the quick, select "Go back to the gradebook for this course."
 
  • Click "RCR Physical Sciences".

  • Click on the Assurance Form link, and agree to the terms.

Revision 42016-05-25 - WilliamSeligman

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  • Click on "Register Here" (assuming you have never registered with CITI before)
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  • Click on the "Register" button (assuming you have never registered with CITI before)
 
Changed:
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  • On the Participating Institutions menu, select "Columbia University"
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  • In the "Search for organization" field, start typing "Columbia University". You'll be able to select it after just a few characters. After that, click on "Continue to Step 2".
 
Changed:
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  • Fill out the remaining fields on the page to create an account for yourself.
    • You are not requesting CME / CEU credits
    • You are not an IRB or IACUC Coordinator. Select "No, I am not interested at any price"
    • You don't need to take a course survey

  • Click "Submit" to to go to the Columbia University Information page.
    • If you don't have a Columbia University UNI e-mail address (e.g., you're a high-school student), use your regular e-mail address
    • For "Department", put Physics
    • If you don't know or don't have a formal role at Nevis, select "Research Assistant"
    • If you don't have your own phone number, use Nevis': 914-591-8100
    • If you don't have a Columbia University UNI (or you don't know what that is), use 123CU
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  • Fill out your name. For your email address, put your Columbia UNI. Continue to Step 3.
 
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  • On the next page, select "Responsible Conduct of Research Training"
>
>
  • Create an account name and password. I wouldn't make a big deal about the password, since you'll probably never come back to this site again. Pro tip: If you type apg on any of the Linux systems at Nevis, you'll get some random passwords you can cut-and-paste. Put anything you like for the security question and answer (bear in mind you'll probably never visit this site again). Continue to Step 4.

  • Start typing "United States" in the country field until you can select it. Continue to Step 5.

  • Click "No" to the CEU credit question. Click that you don't want CITI to contact you later. Continue to Step 6.

  • Fill out the required fields on this page. Use your UNI for the email address. Your role in research is "Student Researcher". For the office phone, use the phone in room 118: 914-591-2867. Continue to Step 7.

  • On the next page, select "Responsible Conduct of Research Training".

  • On the next page, select "Physical Sciences".

  • Click "Finalize Registration".
 
  • Complete the Assurance statement. click on the first option at the bottom of the page (you're taking the course for yourself; if you're not, re-read that page!)
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    • At the bottom of the topic page, take the quiz if there is one.
    • After the quick, select "Go back to the gradebook for this course."
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  • On the next page, select "Physical Sciences"
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  • Click "RCR Physical Sciences".
 
Changed:
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  • On the next page, select "No" (you don't want to affiliate with another institution)

  • On the line with "RCR Physical Sciences, Basic Course" click Enter
>
>
  • Click on the Assurance Form link, and agree to the terms.
 
  • Go through each topic in turn.
    • The videos go over the same material as the text. There's no real need to watch them.
    • At the end of each page, take the quiz (if there is one)
Changed:
<
<
    • After that, select "Go to the gradebook for this course"
>
>
    • At the bottom each quiz results, select "Take the next ELECTIVE module" unless you need to re-take the quiz to get a higher score.

  • At the end of the last topic, select "Go to Post-Course Completion Options".
 
Changed:
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  • At the end of the last topic, select "Go to Main Page" as instructed.
>
>
  • Click on "Completion Report".
 
Changed:
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  • On the "RCR Physical Sciences, Basic Course" line, select Print.
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  • Print the PDF file you'll get:
 
    • At Nevis, select the printer "bw-research" if you don't have a preferred printer.
    • Save paper by selecting "two-sided" or "duplex" printing.
Changed:
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    • Give a copy of the certificate to Amy Garwood in room 106 so we have a record that you took the course.
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    • Give a copy of the certificate to Amy Garwood in room 106* so we have a record that you took the course.

Revision 32014-05-29 - WilliamSeligman

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META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

NSF Scientific Research Ethics Training

Here are the steps needed to complete this training course. Allow at least one hour to complete the course; two hours or more is likely.

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  • Click on "Register Here" (assuming you have never registered with CITI before)
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    • You don't need to take a course survey

  • Click "Submit" to to go to the Columbia University Information page.
Changed:
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<
    • If you don't have a Columbia University UNI e-mail address (e.g., you're a summer student), use your regular e-mail address
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>
    • If you don't have a Columbia University UNI e-mail address (e.g., you're a high-school student), use your regular e-mail address
 
    • For "Department", put Physics
Changed:
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    • If you don't know or have a formal role at Nevis, select "Research Assistant"
>
>
    • If you don't know or don't have a formal role at Nevis, select "Research Assistant"
 
    • If you don't have your own phone number, use Nevis': 914-591-8100
    • If you don't have a Columbia University UNI (or you don't know what that is), use 123CU

  • On the next page, select "Responsible Conduct of Research Training"
Changed:
<
<
  • Complete the Assurance statement. lick on the first option at the bottom of the page (you're taking the course for yourself; if you're not, re-read that page!)
>
>
  • Complete the Assurance statement. click on the first option at the bottom of the page (you're taking the course for yourself; if you're not, re-read that page!)
 
  • For each of the topics listed, go over the material.
    • At the bottom of the topic page, take the quiz if there is one.

Revision 22013-06-04 - WilliamSeligman

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META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

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    • You don't need to take a course survey

  • Click "Submit" to to go to the Columbia University Information page.
Changed:
<
<
    • If you don't have a Columbia University e-mail address (e.g., you're a summer student), use your regular e-mail address
>
>
    • If you don't have a Columbia University UNI e-mail address (e.g., you're a summer student), use your regular e-mail address
 
    • For "Department", put Physics
    • If you don't know or have a formal role at Nevis, select "Research Assistant"
    • If you don't have your own phone number, use Nevis': 914-591-8100

Revision 12012-05-30 - WilliamSeligman

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META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

NSF Scientific Research Ethics Training

Here are the steps needed to complete this training course. Allow at least one hour to complete the course; two hours or more is likely.

  • Click on "Register Here" (assuming you have never registered with CITI before)

  • On the Participating Institutions menu, select "Columbia University"

  • Fill out the remaining fields on the page to create an account for yourself.
    • You are not requesting CME / CEU credits
    • You are not an IRB or IACUC Coordinator. Select "No, I am not interested at any price"
    • You don't need to take a course survey

  • Click "Submit" to to go to the Columbia University Information page.
    • If you don't have a Columbia University e-mail address (e.g., you're a summer student), use your regular e-mail address
    • For "Department", put Physics
    • If you don't know or have a formal role at Nevis, select "Research Assistant"
    • If you don't have your own phone number, use Nevis': 914-591-8100
    • If you don't have a Columbia University UNI (or you don't know what that is), use 123CU

  • On the next page, select "Responsible Conduct of Research Training"

  • Complete the Assurance statement. lick on the first option at the bottom of the page (you're taking the course for yourself; if you're not, re-read that page!)

  • For each of the topics listed, go over the material.
    • At the bottom of the topic page, take the quiz if there is one.
    • After the quick, select "Go back to the gradebook for this course."

  • On the next page, select "Physical Sciences"

  • On the next page, select "No" (you don't want to affiliate with another institution)

  • On the line with "RCR Physical Sciences, Basic Course" click Enter

  • Go through each topic in turn.
    • The videos go over the same material as the text. There's no real need to watch them.
    • At the end of each page, take the quiz (if there is one)
    • After that, select "Go to the gradebook for this course"

  • At the end of the last topic, select "Go to Main Page" as instructed.

  • On the "RCR Physical Sciences, Basic Course" line, select Print.
    • At Nevis, select the printer "bw-research" if you don't have a preferred printer.
    • Save paper by selecting "two-sided" or "duplex" printing.
    • Give a copy of the certificate to Amy Garwood in room 106 so we have a record that you took the course.
 
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