rough layout of a printed piece showing position and finished size
The smartform application allows users to save their work before exiting the application. Users should periodically save their completed work in the smartform application in order to avoid losing any work due to the potential for timing out of the system or when the user needs to complete the application at a later time.
A reuseable collection of settings that defines scanner parameters. A scanner profile sets things like DPI (dots per inch) and Simplex (single-side) /Duplex (double-sided) on scans. Scanner profiles are located and set in capture profiles.
This is a state in ARROW. Studies in this state must undergo review by the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research Scientific Review Committee (ICTR SRC), the UW Cancer Center Protocol Review and Monitoring Committee (PRMC) or the Clinical and Translational Research Core Protocol Implementation Review (CTRC PIR) before moving on to the IRB Pre-Review state.
an intentional crease made in paper to help eliminate cracking when folded
a cover of the same paper as inside text pages
In Office 365, this permission allows users other than the mailbox owner to use the mailbox to send messages. After this permission is assigned to a delegate, any message that a delegate sends from this mailbox will appear as if it was sent by the mailbox owner. However, this permission doesn't allow a delegate to sign in to the user's mailbox.
Send On Behalf Of
In Office 365, this permission allows a delegate to use this mailbox to send messages. However, after this permission is assigned to a delegate, the From address in any message sent by the delegate indicates that the message was sent by the delegate on behalf of the mailbox owner.
Send to Pre-Submission
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to send an application back to the Pre-Submission state from the Withdrawn state. For example, the PI withdrew an application from the IRB review process and now wants to start the submission process again using the previously withdrawn application.
Office 365 accounts that are intended to be used for shared/changing roles (e.g., info, secretary, webmaster, newsletter, feedback, etc.) or service/programmatic access (e.g., printers, copiers, mailers). These accounts can be accessed via a linked NetID or by using the service account's direct username/password. More information about the types of accounts available in Office 365 can be found here.
Service Related Appointments
Employment payment, compensation for work performed in service to the university. Income is contingent upon an activity or employee position (e.g. Project Assistant, Research Associate, Teaching Assistant, etc.).
SharePoint is a web application framework and platform which integrates intranet, content management, and document management. You can use it as a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device. SharePoint is currently not available within UW-Madison's implementation of Office 365. Important: You can still take advantage of certain features of SharePoint by accessing SharePoint Team Site.
Microsoft SharePoint Designer is a specialized HTML editor and web design freeware for creating or modifying Microsoft SharePoint sites, workflows and web pages.
to use a separate plate for front and back printing, using the same gripper and guide for both sides of the sheet
Position that supervises Crafts Workers.
the mechanical register unit on a printing press that positions a sheet from the side
Sifting and WinnowingThe phrase "sifting and winnowing" refers to UW-Madison's historic tradition of defense of intellectual and academic freedom. The words are taken from an 1894 report of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents and were originally used to explain the board's refusal to censure a professor accused of socialist and pro-union activity. The words are mounted on a plaque on the front of Bascom Hall:
a sheet of printed pages that when folded become part of a publication (i.e., book, magazine, etc.)
Significant Financial Interest (SFI)A Significant Financial Interest means any financial interests held by an investigator (and/or his or her immediate family), or by a business entity controlled or directed by the investigator or a member of his or her immediate family, that has monetary value, whether or not the value is readily ascertainable, including:
- Remuneration (e.g. salary, consulting fees, honoraria, paid authorship, etc.) received from a publicly traded entity in the twelve months preceding disclosure, and the value of any equity interest (stock, stock option, or other ownership interest) in the entity at the date of disclosure that, when aggregated, exceed $5,000
- Remuneration, (e.g. salary, consulting fees, honoraria, paid authorship, etc.) received from a non-publicly traded entity of greater than $5,000 in the twelve months preceding the disclosure
- Any equity interest (e,g. stock, stock option, or other ownership interest) in a non-publicly traded entity
- Royalty income from intellectual property rights not arising out of university employment, which are not assigned to organizations created to manage such rights on behalf of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (WARF)
- Reimbursed or sponsored travel related to institutional responsibilities that is not reimbursed or sponsored by a government agency, a U.S. university, an academic teaching hospital, a medical center, or a research institute that is affiliated with a U.S. university
- Service in positions with fiduciary responsibility , including senior managers (e.g. presidents, vice presidents, etc.) and members of boards of directors, whether or not the investigator receives compensation for such service.
- Salary, royalties, or other remuneration received from UW-Madison, the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation, or the VA
- Royalty income from intellectual property rights arising out of UW-Madison employment that are assigned to organizations created to manage such rights on behalf of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (WARF)
- Income from investment vehicles, such as mutual funds and retirement accounts, as long as the investigator does not control the investment decisions made in these vehicles
- Income from seminars, lectures, or teaching engagements sponsored by a domestic government agency, a university, an academic teaching hospital, a medical center, or a research institute that is affiliated with a university
- Income from service on advisory committees or review panels for a domestic government agency, a university, an academic teaching hospital, a medical center, or a research institute that is affiliated with a university
- Travel related to institutional responsibilities that is reimbursed or sponsored by a domestic government agency, a university, an academic teaching hospital, a medical center, or a research institute that is affiliated with a university.
A title in the same title series.
only one side of the page is printed, meaning the back side of each page is blank
The Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration is designed for all new first-year and transfer students who plan to enter UW-Madison. Invitations to participate in Summer SOAR are mailed in early April to admitted first-year students who have confirmed their intention to enroll by submitting the enrollment deposit. Because the needs of transfer students are often different from those of new first-year students, special orientation programs are designed for that population. In mid-May, transfer students who have been admitted will receive invitations to Transfer SOAR programs. Students planning to enroll for the fall semester attend SOAR sessions during the summer; students who plan to enter in the spring semester attend SOAR during the January SOAR session. Students and their parents are able to choose from numerous possible two-day summer SOAR sessions scheduled in June and July. SOAR provides an introduction to residence life, academic advising, information on academic and co-curricular opportunities, enrollment for classes, and an orientation to the campus. This orientation continues with the "Wisconsin Welcome" events held when new students arrive on campus at the beginning of the fall semester. Placement tests in English, math, and several foreign languages are also given at SOAR.
See: http://www.admissions.wisc.edu/academics/orientation.php or https://soar.wisc.edu/
the binding edge of a publication (i.e., book, magazine, etc.)
single-sided (see single-sided definition)
Stack by page or subset
to keep each piece separate or independent
Merit-based process used to fill most vacancies. This process allows UW–Madison the flexibility to target specific skill sets as well as a diverse pool of qualified candidates. The process is open to all qualified candidates and does not require that applicants be employed at UW–Madison.
State of Wisconsin Adjusted Continuous Service
All time employed by the State of Wisconsin in either the Unclassified, Classified or University staff service in a permanent capacity, adjusted for breaks in service, shall be counted in determining an employee’s length of continuous service. This excludes time served as a Limited Term or Project Employee.
In ARROW, the IRB review process is divided into different parts, called States. The State an application is in will change as it moves through the review process. The list of actions a user can take for a submission will vary according to the state it is in.
the process of placing the same image on a single sheet or page of a document multiple times
the material to be printed on
STSThe term “STS” refers to short-term instructional staff. STS may refer to the following titles:
Student Achievement Measure (College Portrait)
The College Portrait contained a standard set of information about the university published as part of the university's participation in the Voluntary System of Accountability. The VSA initiative involves 4-year public colleges and universities belonging to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and the Association of Public And Land-Grant Universities. Designed to help institutions demonstrate accountability and stewardship to their publics, the system sought to measure educational outcomes to identify effective educational practices by assembling information that was accessible, understandable, and comparable across institutions. Over time, the College Portrait system was improved and superseded by the Student Achievement Measure, which helps to track students across institutions. See UW-Madison's Student Achievement Measure.
Titles in the Student Assistant title group are used for graduate students who: hold a fellowship, scholarship or traineeship; hold an appointment which is intended primarily to further the education and training of the student; are employed to assist with research training or other academic programs or projects; and/or have been assigned teaching responsibilities in an instructional department under the supervision of a faculty member.
In addition, Student Assistant titles are available to
undergraduate students when: no qualified graduate student is available
to perform a function that would normally be assigned to graduate
students (i.e., Undergraduate Assistant - requires advance approval of
the dean); or when the terms of a supporting grant or contract preclude
the use of other normally appropriate titles (Undergraduate Intern).
SOURCE: Office of Human Resources, UW-Madison Unclassified Title Guideline; Summary of Unclassified Appointment Types
Student Notebooks are a part of Office 365's Class Notebook app. They are private notebooks that are shared between each teacher and their individual students. Teachers can access these notebooks at any time, but students cannot see other students’ notebooks.
Once a study team has submitted a study completion report, the study moves from the "Approved" state to the "Study Completed" state. The study remains in this state for a period of 18 months, during which time the study team can reopen the study. After 18 months, the study is permanently archived.
The IRB can suspend a study, automatically moving it to the "suspended" state rather than the "approved" state. Once a study has been suspended, activities available to the study team are limited. Study teams can initiate a change of protocol to address whatever caused the study to be suspended in the first place.
The study team consists of the PI, the point of contact, and any other personnel listed as having edit/email or read-only access to study materials in the initial application smartform.
A sub-domain is a domain that is part of a larger domain; the only domain that is not also a sub-domain is the root domain. For example, doit.wisc.edu and engr.wisc.edu are sub-domains of the wisc.edu domain.
Sub-recipientUW-Madison Conflict of Interest Policy defines sub-recipient to mean an entity or individual named on a subcontract from UW-Madison on a federally-funded award or human subjects research protocol.
This is an activity available to study teams, allowing them to submit an initial application, continuing review, change of protocol, reportable event, etc., to the IRB.
Submit Administrative Hold Response
After a study has been approved with an administrative hold, study teams must resolve the conditions of this hold; this is done by submitting a response.
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to submit changes requested by the scientific review committee.
Submit Deferral Response
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to submit a deferral response to the IRB. Once the PI or POC submits the deferral response, the submission transitions back to the IRB Pre-Review state.
Submit Issues Response
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to submit their response to issues sent by the IRB. Once the PI or POC submits their response to issues, the submission transitions back to the IRB Pre-Review state.
Submit Modification Response
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to submit their modification response to the IRB. Once the PI or POC submits their modification response, the submission transitions to the IRB Review of Modification Response state.
Submit Modification Review Notes
Review state to the IRB Review of Modification Response state once the assigned IRB member(s) has completed their review.
Submit Request to ReactivateThis is an activity in ARROW that allows a PI or POC to submit a request to reactivate a submission that is in the IRB withdrawn state.
Submit Request to Reopen
This is an activity in ARROW that allows a PI or POC to submit a request to reopen a study that is in the Study Completed state or in the Closed state.
Submit Study Completion Report
This is an activity in ARROW that allows a PI or POC to submit their study completion report. This activity is available in the following states for an initial review: Approved, Exemption Granted, Expired. The study then transitions to the Study Completed state.
a defined part of a set
This is a state in ARROW. Studies in this state have been suspended. Research teams can only submit a change of protocol in this state. Once the IRB approves the change of protocol addressing the issues which resulted in the suspension, the IRB will then review the full study to determine if the suspension can be lifted and the study can be moved back to the approved state.
Sheetwise (see sheetwise definition)
Microsoft Sway is a presentation app available through Office 365 that allows you to create and share interactive reports, presentations, newsletters, personal stories, and more.