Resuming a Learning Module

Resuming a Learning Module

Learning modules save your location upon logout and can be resumed next time you start them.
  1. Login to the LMS.
  2. Access your roadmap
  3. Open the learning module (e.g. 1a Regulation and Ethics).
  4. Click on the learning module link, as shown below.

  1. The learning module will open in a new window. The system will ask you whether you wish to resume the module where you left off or start from the beginning. Click Yes to resume.

The module will display, starting from the last page you accessed.

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