How to use this site: Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for coming to our Web site for continuing education activities. This page will attempt to provide answers to some of the most commonly asked questions we receive. If you don’t see your question about how to use this Web site below, please let us know and we will do our best to address it.
What kind of device should I use to get the most out of this site?
For the best experience with this Web site, we recommend using one of these devices:
- A desktop computer (a “Mac” or “PC”) with a screen at least 13″ (thirteen inches) or 33 cm diagonally
- A tablet computer with a screen at least 9.7″ (9.7 inches) or 24.6 cm diagonally
Modern smartphones (iPhone, Google Nexus, etc.) can display the Web site, but their comparatively small screens will not provide the best experience. A screen with a horizontal resolution of at least 1,024 pixelsis required.
What are the minimum browser requirements?
The table below shows the Web browsers we consider as meeting the minimum requirements for a good experience on this site. An em dash (“—”) indicates the listed browser isn’t available for a particular operating system.
|Minimum version by operating system|
For best site results, we use a “Web font” service called “Font Awesome” to display some informational graphics and symbols; it is used by hundreds of thousands of sites on the Internet and poses no security threat. If you do not see a large green check mark in a circle to the left of this paragraph, you are not able to display Web fonts. Please contact your I.T. or I.S. support staff for help.
I’m in the military or government; do I have to use my work-provided computer or device for this activity?
Unless you have been specifically told that you must use a work computer or device, no! You can use any device with Internet access to obtain CE for this activity. Please note, however, that if you work in an access-restricted environment or must use a work-provided e-mail address for your CE, you may have problems resetting your pass phrase if you don’t use a work-provided computer or device.