AALAS Learning Library

TO ENROLL IN THE AALAS LEARNING LIBRARY FOR UNMC/UNO TO TAKE THE COURSE AND EXAM: 

  1. Go to AALAS Learning Library
  2. Click "Enroll Now!" This link is in the center of the page, to the right of the login fields.
  3. Select the option to "Enroll Myself".
  4. "Do you have an Access Code?" Click "Yes, I have an Access Code"
  5. Enter the following Access Code: UNMC/UNO
  6. Choose a username and password.
  7. Enter your contact information and click submit.
  8. Upon completion of that, please send an email to IACUCORA@UNMC.EDU providing your name, the name of the Primary Investigator you will be working with and indicating that you have completed enrollment for IACUC training at the AALAS Learning Library.
  9. The AALAS Learning Library Group Coordinator will then review your request for an account before granting you access to courses. When your Group Coordinator approves your request for access, you will receive an email notifying you that you may now access the AALAS Learning Library.
  10. Go to AALAS Learning Library
  11. Log in using the user name and password you created. If you ever forget your password do not create a new one - contact IACUCORA@UNMC.EDU.
  12. Click on the tab across the top titled, "Libraries"
  13. Choose Animal Care and Use Courses
  14. Choose University of Nebraska Medical Center track
  15. Click on "University of Nebraska Medical Center"
  16. Choose "Working with the UNMC/UNO IACUC"
  17. At the very bottom of the list of courses, choose "course" to view the courses.
  18. When you have viewed all of the courses, you can then choose "exam" to take the exam 

A passing score is required. Upon completion of a passing exam, please send an email to IACUCORA@UNMC.EDU providing your name and indicating that you have passed the exam for "Working with the UNMC IACUC".

Other requirements that will need to be completed before working with/handling animals:

  • Complete the Occupational Health and Safety course offered by Comparative Medicine.  For assistance please visit the Comparative Medicine website or contact them at (402) 559-4034.
  • Have the Principle Investigator submit a Request for Change to add you to their protocol(s).  Once all the training is completed and the change is approved, work with animals can begin.

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