Available Until 11/20/2026

Open Discussion of DURA Administration, the Individual Data User Code of Conduct Requirements, and the Relationship to Research Data Management*

For more information or to schedule this course, please contact Kristi Sadowski at NLMAllofUs@orau.org . 

The All of Us Data Training and Engagement for Academic Libraries Program (hereafter referred to as the “Academic Libraries Program”), supported by the National Library of Medicine, aims to help campus libraries learn to use the All of Us Researcher Workbench platform and equip them with the skills to teach others to use it. Through professional development training, hands-on learning, peer-to-peer networking, and Researcher Workbench technical support, participants can become skilled users of biomedical and public health data, may help grow institutional research capacity, enhance skills in biomedical and public health data, and promote meaningful use of the Researcher Workbench with campus communities. 

This training will provide more details on the All of Us model of data engagement with members of the All of Us Access Team. A policy review will be provided by members of the policy team. Various scenarios that library workers might encounter will be presented along with discussion on what their role and expectations will be in various scenarios.

Resource URL: [Pending] 

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the All of Us model of data access
  2. Understand the policies that come with utilizing the All of Us Researcher Workbench
  3. Apply knowledge learned to possible situations


0-5 minutes: Introduction, welcome, and overview

5-20 minutes: DURA overview with AoU Access Team

20-35 minutes: Data governance with AoU Policy Team

35-45 minutes: Potential scenarios library workers might encounter and appropriate responses

45-60 minutes: live Q&A.  

MLA CE Credits: 1.0