Guides & Resources

Resources for Researchers

TC researchers often partner with external institutions in order to conduct high-quality research. The guides listed below are available to aid researchers in their study development and execution.

While TC IRB aims to be a resource to its researchers through the provision of guides, successful partnership with external institutions is ultimately under jurisdiction outside of TC IRB. As a result, TC IRB cannot guarantee approval with other institutions.

What is Human Subjects Research?

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In-Person Research Requirements

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Writing for IRB Review

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Faculty Sponsors & Student Researchers

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Data Sharing, Requests, and Encryption

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Research Writing & Ethics Internship

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Conducting Internet Research

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Remote and Online Consent

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IRB Submission Document Templates & Samples

IRB Submission Document Templates & Samples

Submitting a Protocol for Existing Data

Understanding Potential Risks for Human Subjects Research

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Notes on Recruitment Materials

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The Assent Process with Minors

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Obtaining Parent Permission

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Working with NYC DOE

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Conducting Research with Your Own Students

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Conducting International Research

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Creating a Reliance Agreement (SMART IRB)


Conducting Research in K-12 Education Settings

Conducting Research in K-12 Education Settings
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