This video details the steps Signing Officials (SOs) must take in order to create a new account in eRA Commons. For more information please visit https://grants.nih.gov/ and http://era.nih.gov/.
Trainees are typically invited to eRA Commons by their Principal Investigators (PI). This tutorial reviews the steps a PI takes to initiate that invitation. This video does not apply to trainees using the CareerTrac system. Trainee account can also be created like any other account by a Signing Official or Account Administrator. See How Signing Officials Create Accounts in eRA Commons for steps on this process. For more information please visit https://grants.nih.gov/ and http://era.nih.gov/.
Trainees are typically invited to eRA Commons by their Principal Investigators (PI). This tutorial reviews the steps a PI takes to initiate that invitation. This video does not apply to trainees using the CareerTrac system. Trainee account can also be created like any other account by a Signing Official or Account Administrator. See How Signing Officials Create Accounts in eRA Commons for steps on this process. For more information visit http://grants.nih.gov/grants/oer.htm and http://era.nih.gov/.
This tutorial demonstrates the process that must be followed to register an institution or organization in eRA Commons. Updated 04-09-2018.
This tutorial will demonstrate how and when Signing Officials (SOs) can electronically submit a No Cost Extension (NCE) request for a grant through eRA Commons’ Prior Approval Module. A No Cost Extension is a request to extend the time of a project period and/or budget period to complete the work of the grant under that period, without seeking additional Federal funds.
Presented July 30, 2015. NCBI's SciENcv is a platform for maintaining your CV and automatically generating the NIH Biosketch required for NIH grant applications. You will learn how to use SciENcv to maintain your scientific record and generate the new NIH Biosketch. More webinar details are here: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/home/coursesandwebinars.shtml For updates, subscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/ncbinlm
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Early Modern England: Politics, Religion, and Society under the Tudors and Stuarts (HIST 251) In this lecture Professor Wrightson discusses the Restoration settlement of 1660 and the reigns of Charles II and James II. He highlights the manner in which tensions between the crown and the political nation slowly escalated during Charles's reign (as a result of his attempts to grant religious toleration, unpopular wars against the Dutch and diplomatic alliances with France). Charles showed himself to be a shrewd politician and managed to contain these tensions, but the situation became increasingly fraught after the alleged 'Popish Plot' precipitated the 'Exclusion Crisis' of 1679-81 and the emergence of the 'Whig' and 'Tory' parties. Charles faced down the threat to his authority successfully. However, he was succeeded in 1685 by his openly Catholic brother James II, who proved politically inept and unable to build on Charles' success. Fears of James' catholicizing and absolutist intentions erupted in 1688 in the 'Glorious revolution,' when the Dutch leader William of Orange (husband of James' daughter Mary) was invited to intervene, leading in James' flight abroad and the offer of the crown to William and Mary. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Restoration: Convention Parliament 04:42 - Chapter 2. Cavalier Parliament 09:10 - Chapter 3. Charles II 20:38 - Chapter 4. The Exclusion Crisis 33:02 - Chapter 5. James II Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Fall 2009.
This tutorial will guide Reviewers on how to set up and maintain their own Personal Profile information in eRA Commons.
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