Electronic Support Systems
These training classes provide an overview of the electronic systems, navigation tips,
and instructions for use.
Log in to Clincard
- Provides immediate compensation for patient visits, travel, etc. via an electronic
transfer to an AU Clinical Research Debit/Credit Card.
- Online portal allows ease of tracking payments and issuance of payments.
DocuSign is an electronic document signature tool, is now available to execute (sign)
research contracts. DocuSign allows contracts to be sent out and signed electronically,
which will save personnel time, effort, and inconvenience. Contracts utilizing this
tool will not need to be manually carried in paper format from one department to another
to obtain signatures. The signing process is very quick, and has been implemented
to help support the improved efficiency of the contract execution process.
Log in to eSproute
Electronic sponsored Programs Route (eSproute) is a web-based system created within
InfoEd that is designed to electronically capture AU required approvals, prior to
the submission or execution of extramural and intramural sponsored projects. Users
are required to attend training before access to the system is granted. Training is
conducted on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at noon. Once trained, AU
credentials are used to log into the system. Virtual Private Network (VPN) is required
when accessing the system outside of the AU firewall. Contact the Division of Sponsored
Programs (Pre-Award) for additional information.
Log in to iLab
- iLab allows for the online purchase of research services as well as the booking of
research equipment in specified research cores.
- The system provides for online payments and is linked with AU Financial Systems.
IRBNet is the electronic IRB submission system used by Augusta University. It is recommended
that you complete IRB training before you can gain access to the system. This can
be done by using the following help links (listed below) or by contacting the IRB
Office for more information at (706) 721-3110.
Help Links for Using and Navigating the IRBNet System:
If a username and password is requested to watch the training video or read the PDF,
please use AU and training, respectively.
- New Project Submission
- Post-Submission Advanced Topics (this is for Response/Follow-up, Amendments, Continuing
Reviews and Reportable Events packages)
- As well as our Guidance Documents located within the IRBNet system under Forms and
The On-line Collaborative Research Environment (OnCore) provides an electronic portal
to support the following research activities:
- Task Management for pre-study start up activities.
- Clinical Trials Data Management System
- Patient Registries
Log in to OnCore
Rybbon is a digital rewards management platform that allows users to send, track,
and manage e-gift card incentives and rewards.
- Seamlessly deliver digital gift cards to research participants
- Ability to Integrate with some of the world’s most popular business platforms
Log in to BHN rewards
Veeva SiteVault is an e-regulatory solution that improves efficiency and compliance surrounding the regulatory processes. With the ability to provide investigators, staff, and monitors
secure access to study information you can save time and improve compliance.
- SiteVault is fully validated by Veeva and supports compliance with 21 CFR Part 11
- Store central documents (e.g. licenses, certifications, CVs) in a single location
and automatically update them across relevant studies
- Learn more about Veeva SiteVault HERE
Log in to veeva Sitevault
Archibus is an Integrated Workplace Management System platform developed by Archibus,
Inc. The platform is integrated bi-directionally with CAD design software. Augusta
University uses Archibus for Space Management and Asset Management. Archibus is a
tool used to meet the goal of maintaining a comprehensive and accurate space inventory
system. Reporting from this system is used for USG Facilities reports, Federal and
Administrative Report, and interfaces with other systems within University System
of Georgia and Augusta University as well. The program at Augusta University is further
developed to include an extensive research module to identify research space, principal
investigators, occupants, sponsored projects, functional use, and grant dollars related
Archibus Web central