"The April 2010 issue of C&RL News is now freely available online. Today's academic and research librarians are more intimately involved in the scholarly research process than ever before. Libraries now host of institutional repositories and serve as journal publishers. And librarians conduct the same sorts of qualitative and quantitative research that were once the purview of other academic departments. With this shift in role comes a need to be fully versed in institutional policies, procedures, and standards for research. In this issue, Robert V. Labaree sheds light on the often mysterious processes of 'Working successfully with your institutional review board,' a necessity when conducting any sort of research with human subjects"