AALAS Learning Library

All individuals working with laboratory animals including scientists, research and animal care personnel at Emory University have access to an online training program through the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS). In order to document the completion of the course, you must take the exam. This will provide a record of compliance with this portion of the training program. In order for your completion of each module to be documented, you must first login. It is necessary for first-timers to enroll and create a login. When returning to this site later, please use the login you created initially, and do not re-enroll as this creates multiple training records for an individual.

Request account:

  1. Please visit Huron Research Suite and authenticate using your NetID and password.
  2. Click the link Request Additional Roles to request an AALAS account.
  3. After your AALAS account has been created, you will receive an email from AALAS Learning Library (noreply@aalas.org).
  4. Please follow the directions in the email to setup your AALAS Learning Library password.

To Login Again Later:

  1. Please go to the AALAS Learning Library
  2. On the home page, click "Sign In" in the upper right-hand corner.
  3. Enter your username and password.
  4. You must use your Emory-specific username to access the Learning Library. Verify that you are in the Emory Learning Library group by checking your Group Contact button. It should show the group name: Emory IACUC. Caution: Please do not create another enrollment under free access as your course progress will not display on the Emory group roster. Then the number 4 item becomes number 5.
  5. To find a course quickly, search for its title in the search area just under the Logo in the upper left-hand corner.

Do you need to transfer your AALAS training to Emory?

AALAS provides detailed instructions on how you can transfer your records (including the transcript and certificates of completion) to a different institution's group roster or get detached and subscribe as an individual. Click HERE

Do you have multiple enrollments under various accounts?

AALAS also provides step-by-step instructions to combine multiple enrollments/transcripts under one user name. Click HERE