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AALAS Learning Library

Access the Learning Library at the America Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) via your personal home page in eIACUC.

What modules are required?

Training requirements are based on species exposure. They are also specific to a protocol. There are specific modules for some activities, too, such as surgery, rodent breeding, or use of animals in a biosafety level 2 facility.

Please refer to the Animal Use Table for an outline of species-specific courses.

How do I know what I must take?

On the Protocol Team page of a protocol or personnel amendment, eIACUC automatically determines what courses are required but have not been completed to date (give or take a few days to allow for data entry). Look here for any new training that is needed. Or check with the principal investigator, or other authors, about your own requirements. If you have access to the eIACUC protocol under development, you can also find it yourself under the Training and Occupational Health tab on the protocol workspace in the protocol form.

How do I access the Learning Library to ensure that I get credit?

Access the AALAS Learning Library via eIACUC (under your eIACUC login). Once you complete a course, documentation of completion will automatically be sent from AALAS to your profile in eIACUC.

  1. Log in to eIACUC (Use your medical center username and password)
  2. Click "My Home" (top right)
  3. Click “Log In to AALAS” (left side)
    1. Click "Tracks" (left side)
    2. Complete the required WFU courses.

Locate eIACUC Training Transcript

Your training transcript can be accessed from your eIACUC homepage (My Home in the upper right portion of the screen after you login). Your eIACUC homepage > Profile Tab > Profile link with your name > My Training Tab. The courses that you have completed have a date to the right.

Can I get credit for AALAS courses that I have already taken here or at another school?

Yes!  For assistance, contact Amanda Dillard at adillard@wakehealth.edu.

*If you cannot access the eIACUC system, contact IACUC staff who will set up your account. Set up takes only a few minutes.