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Researchers should begin using MyID credentials for CITI training

Effective immediately, WVU researchers and their staff should begin using MyID usernames and passwords when accessing services offered by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program) at the University of Miami.

CITI provides training modules that help researchers nationwide learn to comply with federal standards as they conduct their work. Federal agencies that fund research often require this training, and WVU’s Office of Research Integrity and Compliance (ORIC) also requires certification through some training modules.

Until now, WVU research teams have signed in to CITI using various email accounts and credentials. That means the training sessions were not automatically linked to the same user. Now, researchers can use their MyID usernames and passwords to ensure that all training sessions are linked to the same account.

Users who know that they have used multiple accounts in the past or who know they have never used MyID credentials must follow the instructions in this link to merge those accounts:

http://citiprogram.desk.com/customer/portal/articles/163321-i-currently-have-two-learner-accounts-can-i-merge-them-into-one-citi-program-account