Program for the 2021 PDI

Rooms

Monday, January 11th

9:00 AM

Session Title:
NEW Kuali Protocols Submission Portal for IRB Human Subjects Research
Presenters:
Zac Callahan,Claire Chance,Tammy Felton-Noyle,Angie Chromiak
Category:
Research
Date:
Monday, January 11th 2021
Start Time:
9:00 AM
Session Length:
80 minutes
Room:
https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19:meeting_YTZhNGM4OWMtNDQ4ZC00M2U0LTlkZWMtOGM2YWRhNTZlYjQz@thread.v2/0?context={"Tid":"afb58802-ff7a-4bb1-ab21-367ff2ecfc8b","Oid":"49e2ae49-876f-4deb-8a31-11d32749f166"}
Description:
Here’s to better IRB protocol management processes! For years, CSU has been processing and maintaining human subjects research protocols in eProtocol. That is about to change. All IRB protocol submissions will go into a new cloud-based Kuali Protocols system starting in spring 2021. This portal will have a similar look and feel to what many of you have experienced with CSU COI and IACUC submissions. Join us to walk through the new form, talk about the transition plan, and how this will improve IRB function moving forward.
Goals and Target Audience:
Give researchers a preview of the upcoming protocol system change. Anyone on campus conducting human subjects research (faculty, staff, students).

Tuesday, January 12th

11:00 AM

Session Title:
Understanding Creative Commons licenses in open publishing
Presenters:
Khaleedah Thomas
Category:
Research
Date:
Tuesday, January 12th 2021
Start Time:
11:00 AM
Session Length:
50 minutes
Room:
https://zoom.us/j/92416022843?pwd=cUVieU0yZUtrVEhEdW52ak1RMi9jdz09
Description:
Are you interested in sharing your work with others but aren’t sure how to move beyond the traditional restrictions of copyright law? Today, Open Access (OA) and Open Educational Resources (OER) have significantly altered the scholarly publishing landscape as more scholars have embraced these open initiatives. The key to maximizing these open initiatives is to understand how open licenses work. This session will explore the basics of Creative Commons licenses and demonstrate how they can be used to support the open movement.
Goals and Target Audience:
This session will be of interest to researchers, faculty, graduate students, undergraduates and anyone interested in learning more about using Creative Commons licenses. At the end of this presentation, attendees will: 1. Understand the basics of Creative Commons licenses and how they work within the confines of copyright law. 2. Identify best practices for providing attribution to works licensed under Creative Commons. 3. Discover resources for choosing an appropriate Creative Commons license for their work. 4. Recognize which Creative Commons licenses are compatible.

1:00 PM

Session Title:
“Moving Equity and Justice in Human Subjects Research at CSU Forward Together. Where are we?, Where do we hope to be?, and How can we get there?”
Presenters:
Kimberly Cox-York,Matthew Hickey,Matthew Rhodes,Moti Gorin
Category:
Research
Date:
Tuesday, January 12th 2021
Start Time:
1:00 PM
Session Length:
80 minutes
Room:
https://zoom.us/j/94413464757?pwd=RFZqY0tINHEyaU5CVUF1YXdtQnh0UT09
Description:
This session will extend the basic tenets of Respect for Persons, Beneficence and Justice as spelled out in the Belmont Report into the current landscape of Human Subjects Research. CSU Institutional Review Board professionals will lead a discussion about efforts underway to ensure that research occurring at CSU and its affiliate institutions fulfills its commitment to these ideals. The session will also function as working group to incorporate important feedback from researchers, community members and other stakeholders at the University who are engaged in this work. Together, we hope to ensure that the benefits of the cutting edge research occurring at CSU are extended to the populations that will gain the most benefit.
Goals and Target Audience:
The goals of this session are to: 1.Bring together stakeholders in Human Subjects Research at CSU for a conversation about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. 2.To develop tools and resources that will help ensure Human Subjects Research done at CSU and its affiliates is extended to the populations that will derive the greatest benefit. Anyone who is interested in being part of this conversation is welcome to attend and participate. We will cover DEI in research from the perspective of an Institutional Review Board and Human Subjects Researchers. While there are some regulatory and technical nuances to what must be included, the outcomes of Human Subject Research must be applied justly across the population. To this end, the input and perspectives of the entire community are of significant value to the conversation.

2:00 PM

Session Title:
Survey Design using Qualtrics
Presenters:
Allison Cantwell
Category:
Research
Date:
Tuesday, January 12th 2021
Start Time:
2:00 PM
Session Length:
80 minutes
Room:
https://zoom.us/j/95612944380?pwd=YXkvY24wUkErWGFtNHZZZlllUFdLUT09
Description:
This session will show attendees how to develop surveys in Qualtrics. We will discuss best practices in survey question development and considerations for data analysis that go beyond default reports provided in Qualtrics. We will discuss the capabilities of Qualtrics to serve as a registration form or avenue to collect information that may not be a survey.
Goals and Target Audience:
This session is appropriate for anybody responsible for using Qualtrics to develop surveys for assessments, program evaluation, or research. This session will focus on Qualtrics basics and best practices in survey question development.

Wednesday, January 13th

9:00 AM

Session Title:
Systematic & Systematic-ish Reviews Across Disciplines
Presenters:
Sadie Skeels
Category:
Research
Date:
Wednesday, January 13th 2021
Start Time:
9:00 AM
Session Length:
50 minutes
Room:
https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19:meeting_YzEyOWYzYTItMWIyNC00Njc0LTk5ZmUtODE1OGQ2MGI4NmQ3@thread.v2/0?context={"Tid":"afb58802-ff7a-4bb1-ab21-367ff2ecfc8b","Oid":"49e2ae49-876f-4deb-8a31-11d32749f166"}
Description:
What better time to get into the world of literature-based research than when most of us are working from home? This PDI will delve into the world of systematic reviews and other high level reviews (scoping, mapping, rapid) that mirror the systematic review process, with some exceptions. We will dive into key differences in systematic reviews across disciplines and hone in on each step of the process so attendees are ready to tackle their own projects. Finally, we will talk about workflows to help teams (in-person, virtual, and hybrid) tackle these types of reviews together.
Goals and Target Audience:
This session will enable graduate students, faculty, and other researchers to conduct high level reviews (systematic, scoping, mapping) across different disciplines. Attendees will become familiar with methodological differences in high level reviews and how to select the best type of review for their research goal. Attendees will learn about different tools to help their research teams accomplish reviews.

1:00 PM

Session Title:
Consent Forms, Passwords, and Data - Oh My!
Presenters:
Claire Chance,Sarah Robinson,Mara Sedlins
Category:
Research
Date:
Wednesday, January 13th 2021
Start Time:
1:00 PM
Session Length:
80 minutes
Room:
https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19:meeting_ZTM3OGUxNGQtNTJiYS00N2Q1LWE4MzctOWVmYjcxZTViZmZj@thread.v2/0?context={"Tid":"afb58802-ff7a-4bb1-ab21-367ff2ecfc8b","Oid":"49e2ae49-876f-4deb-8a31-11d32749f166"}
Description:
Human subjects data are protected data collected from consenting participants, which may include identifying information and are regulated by Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval processes (https://www.research.colostate.edu/ricro/irb/). Managing and protecting data collected from human participants has a number of important considerations, including consent form language, ethical data sharing, data de-identification, protected data storage and backups, effective data protection practices, and compliance with CSU policies. Researchers using restricted secondary data from human subjects will need to consider these best practices as well.
Goals and Target Audience:
Inform participants about best practices for writing effective consent forms and IRB protocols for managing data from human participants, including effectively keeping data confidential while enabling ethical data sharing. Participants will be aware of potential pitfalls and risks, CSU data policies, and resources available to them. The target audience is researchers (faculty, graduate students, research associates, postdoctoral researchers) who are working with protected data from human participants.