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  • Institutional Review Board (IRB) | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Skills Quantitative Skills Communication Skills Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Institutional Review Board Contact Deadlines FAQs Forms and Procedures Guidance for Research Guidelines for SoTL Research Training and Education Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Service Learning Study Abroad Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Institutional Review Board IRB Part of the mission of The University of Wisconsin Colleges UWC

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  • IRB Contacts | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Institutional Review Board Contact Deadlines FAQs Forms and Procedures Guidance for Research Guidelines for SoTL Research Training and Education Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Service Learning Study Abroad Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Institutional Review Board IRB Contacts To contact the IRB administrators Coordinator Linda Tollefsrud Chair Kathy Immel email irb admin uwc edu To contact all current IRB members email institutionalreview uwc edu Kathy Immel has taught Psychology at the UW Fox Valley campus since 1999 She joined the UWC IRB in fall 2011 and became the IRB chairperson in August 2014 Her most recent training in the protection of human subjects was the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative CITI training in September 2014 Jodi Kiffmeyer is a student at UW Barron County pursuing the Bachelor of Applied Arts Sciences BAAS degree She started her term on the IRB in December 2013 Ms Kiffmeyer completed the online NIH training on human subjects research in November 2013 Julie Konik is an Assistant Professor of

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  • Deadlines | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Institutional Review Board Contact Deadlines FAQs Forms and Procedures Guidance for Research Guidelines for SoTL Research Training and Education Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Service Learning Study Abroad Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Institutional Review Board Deadlines As of January 1 2013 all investigators are required to possess a certificate of recent training on researh with human subjects Proposals and other correspondence should be sent to irb admin uwc edu Starting in August 2013 the IRB is adopting the following fixed deadlines for

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    for quality assessment QA or quality improvement QI What or who are human subjects Under the Common Rule a human subject is a living individual about whom an investigator whether professional or student conducting research obtains 1 data through intervention or interaction with the individual or 2 identifiable private information 45 CFR 46 102 f Intervention includes both physical procedures by which data are gathered for example venipuncture and manipulations of the subject or the subject s environment that are performed for research purposes 45 CFR 46 102 f Interaction includes communication or interpersonal contact between investigator and subject 45 CFR 46 102 f Private information includes information about behavior that occurs in a context in which an individual can reasonably expect that no observation or recording is taking place and information which has been provided for specific purposes by an individual and which the individual can reasonably expect will not be made public for example a medical record Private information must be individually identifiable i e the identity of the subject is or may readily be ascertained by the investigator or associated with the information in order for obtaining the information to constitute research involving human subjects 45 CFR 46 102 f Examples of activities that qualify as human subjects research needing IRB review include Human testing of drugs devices or products developed through research Research using data collected through intervention or interaction with living individuals Intervention includes not only physical procedures like blood drawing but also manipulation of the subject s environment Interaction includes interpersonal contact surveys and other forms of communication Research involving the collection and or use of coded data images or specimens in which the researcher DOES have access to a code or link to re identify the source of the data images or specimens Research involving information collected for purposes other than the research being conducted e g medical educational or corrections records Research involving identifiable bodily materials such as human cells blood or urine tissue organs hair and nail clippings even if they were not collected by the person using the materials for the research Accessing medical or educational records for research purposes Extraction of individually identifiable information from medical or educational records for research purposes Establishment of a databank that includes individually identifiable data from living individuals Case studies in social science research What or who are NOT human subjects a The subjects must be living so studies of cadavers or historical records are not included b Public and completely de identified data sets are not considered human subjects Defining UW Colleges IRB Jurisdiction Whenever UW Colleges engages in human subject research the research must be reviewed and approved by the UW Colleges IRB before it can begin The UW Colleges engages in human subject research when any UW Colleges employee s including faculty staff students or emeriti or agents conducts human subjects research In a study with multiple researchers if a UW Colleges employee will have access to identifiable human subjects

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  • Forms and Procedures | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    and ADA Booklet Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Assessment Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Indicators Analytical Skills Quantitative Skills Communication Skills Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Institutional Review Board Contact Deadlines FAQs Forms and Procedures Guidance for Research Guidelines for SoTL Research Training and Education Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Service Learning Study Abroad Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste

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  • Guidance for Research | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Skills Intercultural Skills Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Institutional Review Board Contact Deadlines FAQs Forms and Procedures Guidance for Research Guidelines for SoTL Research Training and Education Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Service Learning Study Abroad Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Institutional Review Board Guidance for Research In the UW Colleges research with human subjects is governed by UWCAP 15 In addition

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  • Guidelines for SoTL Research | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    typically by the IRB chair or staff and not by the full board The other categories of review include expedited review and full board review Research under the expedited review category typically is considered minimal risk which means that the probability and magnitude of harm or discomfort anticipated in the research are not greater in and of themselves than those originally encountered in daily life or during the performance of routine physical or psychological examinations or tests 45 CFR 46 102 Minimal risk protocols are often reviewed in an expedited manner by a subcommittee of the full board An example of when the minimal risk category might apply to SoTL research would be if the researcher was collecting data from voice video digital or image recordings for research purposes The risk category requires a full board review Generally SoTL research will not fall into this higher risk category This may include research on sensitive or protected populations e g minors prisoners fetuses etc or research that results in more than minimal risks for the participants or research that involves intentional deception of the participants In addition failing to fully inform subjects is deceptive whether or not it is intentional The federal regulations include 8 components of informed consent For more information visit the U S Department of Health and Human Services Human Subjects webpage Remember that students cannot give informed consent unless they are fully informed Keeping these caveats in mind most SoTL work will fall into one or a combination of the following commonly recognized exempt review categories Exemption for education Research conducted in established or commonly accepted educational settings involving normal educational practices such as a research on regular or special education instructional strategies or b research on the effectiveness of or the comparison among instructional techniques curricula or classroom management methods is exempted Exemption for research involving educational tests Research involving the use of educational tests cognitive diagnostic aptitude achievement is exempted unless a information obtained is recorded in such a manner that human subjects can be identified directly or through identifiers linked to the subjects and c any disclosure of the subjects responses outside the research could reasonably place the subjects at risk of criminal or civil liability or be damaging to the subjects financial standing employability or reputation Exemption for survey or interview procedures Research involving survey or interview procedures is exempted unless a information obtained is recorded in such a manner that human subjects can be identified directly or through identifiers linked to the subjects and c any disclosure of the subjects responses outside the research could reasonably place the subjects at risk of criminal or civil liability or be damaging to the subjects financial standing employability or reputation Exemption for research involving observation of public behavior Research involving observation is exempted unless a information obtained is recorded in such a manner that human subjects can be identified directly or through identifiers linked to the subjects and c any disclosure of the subjects responses outside the research could reasonably place the subjects at risk of criminal or civil liability or be damaging to the subjects financial standing employability or reputation Research for collection or study of existing data Research involving the collection or study of existing data documents records pathological specimens or diagnostic specimens is exempted if these sources are publicly available or if the information is recorded by the investigator in such a manner that subjects cannot be identified directly or through identifiers linked to the subjects As is evident from the sample of questions listed previously and from the definition of SoTL research provided it is likely that most SoTL research will fall into the exempt review category Most SoTL research is conducted in established or commonly accepted educational settings involving normal educational practices typically involves research on the effectiveness of or the comparison among instructional techniques curricula or classroom management methods and involves surveys interviews observations or study of existing data The question of whether participants can be identified directly or through identifiers linked to the participants is sometimes a difficult call for the researcher and the IRB decision makers alike If a student writes about Wal Mart in a paper and everyone in the class knows that this student wrote about Wal Mart and as a researcher you want to use parts of this paper in a journal article that you are writing is that student identifiable The question of identification also revolves around whether this disclosure of the participants responses outside the research could reasonably place the participants at risk of criminal or civil liability or be damaging to the participants financial standing employability or reputation In this case it is probably unlikely that the student would be identifiable by the readership and maybe even his her fellow students but more importantly it is unlikely that making this paper public would place the student at risk unless the student works at Wal Mart and is highly critical of Wal Mart practices Certainly it is incumbent upon the researcher to make the research participants evidence that s he has collected as anonymous as possible before making it public In the above example the researcher may well want to black out the title of the organization i e Wal Mart or in some way make it impossible for the reader to identify the organization if possible In addition it is important that the researcher explain very clearly to the participants in the Informed Consent form exactly what aspects of their research participation will potentially be made public so that when the students sign the form they understand how their work will be used Furthermore it is vital that the instructor very clearly delineate to the students the difference between regular assignments and those assignments that will be used for research and to be sure that the students realize that they are consenting to the research above and beyond just doing the assignments Finally it is important to remember that researchers do

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  • Training and Education | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Skills Quantitative Skills Communication Skills Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Institutional Review Board Contact Deadlines FAQs Forms and Procedures Guidance for Research Guidelines for SoTL Research Training and Education Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Service Learning Study Abroad Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Institutional Review Board Training and Education Federal regulations encourage each Institutional Review Board IRB to

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