IRB and SoTL: What You Need to Know

Almost half of all ISU faculty engage in SoTL research, you should, too!
Join the SoTL community of scholars at ISU.

The SoTL Scholars program is a community of faculty and a series of events throughout the year that guide participants through the major components of SoTL research.  We bring faculty of all rans, all disciplines, and any level of SoTL knowledge together to better understand teaching and learning through research, collaboration, and resource gathering.


IRB and SoTL: What You Need to Know

SoTL research involves doing research with human subjects, which requires oversight from the university’s Institutional Review Board (IRB). Join fellow participants as we explore the IRB application procedure and follow-through.


Featured Presenter: Raeann Ritland, IRB Post-Approval Monitor (PAM), Office of Research Ethics

Raeann conducts post-approval monitoring primarily for the IRB to document compliance with committee-approved protocols and the regulations; she may also conduct post-approval monitoring for the IACUC. Raeann assists investigators in performing compliance self-monitoring and provides research compliance education and training opportunities for investigators conducting research that involves human or animal subjects.


Future Events:

SoTL Champions Panel, February 13th from 2:30 – 3:50 pm
Going Public & Next Steps, February 27th from 2:30 – 3:50 pm