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Smith Institute for Applied Research provides students, faculty, and staff with access to research resources for free using their JCSU email address!

Those resources include:

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Description automatically generated: collaborative institutional training initiative which provide researchers with training on ethics and compliance this is important because it allows for the university generally to be in compliance but in addition to that it provides researchers with training on how to protect human subjects when they’re conducting surveys or engaging in the clinical https://about.citiprogram.org/en/homepage/

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provide students with opportunities to network with other undergraduate researchers in the nation and across the globe, faculty members with support for providing undergraduate researchers with all that they need to conduct research in and outside of the classroom, and with the chance to advocate on behalf of the undergraduate researchers at JCSU. https://www.cur.org

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Description automatically generatedprovides students faculty and staff researchers with access to survey creation and survey dissemination tools.  http://jcsu.qualtrics.com

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Description automatically generated SOC gives researchers access to national and global conferences internship opportunities and career development https://www.studentopportunitycenter.com

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Description automatically generated  Channel: Research How-To, provides training on how to access or sign-up for each resource. In the weeks and months to come, we will be uploading more videos encourage use of the various platforms and show how to use them on the backend.

We may even be tapping your expertise to find out which resources you think are the best so that you can show your colleagues and classmates how you are using these tools!

If you have interest in sharing research resources, we would welcome that! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWBB_jMzGbYWgAvC2vkpDeAwqFOOG-gCA 

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