Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently asked questions about ENeA-SEA.

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Question:

Are the modules free to use?

(Last edited: Wednesday, 11 March 2020, 11:41 AM)
Answer:

Yes, all modules are free to use. Educational resources developed under Erasmus+ funding are available under open access for all (Click HERE for more details).  


Question:

Are there any support materials/resources for educators?

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Answer:

In addition to 6 interactive eLearning modules, there is a question bank, case scenarios, e-learning tools and tutor guide; these are available in the Tutor Area. Access to question bank and case scenarios is password protected.  



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Question:

Can I download the full text of the references?

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Answer:

You can download the full text of open-access references but not subscription-based ones. The links provide the references used to write the module material.



Question:

Can I get a certificate after completing a module?

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Answer:

Each module has its own CME certificate. At the end of each module, a test will be administered when you click on “CME Test and Certificate” and you will get the certificate if you pass the test (>=70%). If you answer <70% of the questions correctly, no certificate will be issued. You will need to wait 3 days before being allowed to re-take the test.  You have a total of 3 attempts to pass this CME test. 


Question:

Can I get CME/CPD points for taking a module?

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Answer:

Please note that the modules are currently being accredited by the respective Southeast Asia authoritative bodies; at present each module has European CME credits. You can download your Certificate of Completion issued by the universities providing this module. 


Question:

Can I have a printed handout?

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Answer:

The modules are only available online. Printed handouts for personal or offline use are not available.



Question:

Can I retake the CME test immediately after failing it instead of waiting for 3 days?

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Answer:

You are required to wait for 3 days as the module has a cooling off period before a user can attempt the CME test again. During the 3 day period, revisit the module and prepare for the test.


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Question:

How can I get access to the resources for educators?

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Answer:

When you log into the ENeA SEA website, scroll down to the bottom of the Home page and you will see instructions and a link to access the Tutor Area.



Question:

How can I register as a user?

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Answer:

To register as a new user, click on the “Create a new account” button in the top right of the home page. You will need a valid email address to register as the verification for and confirmation of your account will be through the email you use for the registration. 


Question:

How can I use the ENeA SEA modules for teaching and learning?

(Last edited: Monday, 30 March 2020, 12:59 PM)
Answer:

You can use the ENeA SEA modules in various ways, e.g. self-directed learning, flipped classroom or blended learning. Refer to the Tutors Guide for more details.




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