InfoEd Training

Training is available on InfoEd Proposal Development (PD).  Proposal Development, facilitates the creation, routing, tracking, and submission of grant applications, and validates federal proposal forms to assure an error-free application when submitting electronically.  The University utilizes PD for submission of NIH (and NIH-related) applications which require electronic submission via Grants.gov. This includes: New, Renewal, Revisions, Administrative Supplements, and PI Change of Grantee Organization.  InfoEd may NOT be used to submit: Program Projects, NIH Progress Reports (RPPRS), applications via ASSIST, and applications to other federal agencies.  

An InfoEd Proposal Development Hands-On-Workshop is offered regularly. During this session, we will discuss best practices for using InfoEd PD and participants will create, route and submit a proposal.  In addition, participants will receive a packet with helpful information to guide them through the process of submitting an error-free application.  To view and register for course offerings, visit ULearn.  Keyword: InfoEd.  

Below are links to helpful information related to InfoEd Training:

  • ULearn (search for courses using keyword: InfoEd)
  • InfoEd webpage (training material available through the InfoEd PD Support link)