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Yes. The courses require a live connection to the host site to play correctly. You cannot download a course and run it later.
It is preferable to have sound since all of the courses use audio narration.
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The CEU is a unit that measures a person's participation in a formal, non-credit continuing education program, such as a workshop, seminar, tutorial, or self-study course. IEEE maintains an official registry of all CEUs awarded. All one-hour IEEE Expert Now courses include a quiz, which upon successful completion makes you eligible to earn .3 CEU; .6 CEUs for two-hour courses.
A professional development hour (PDH) is a contact hour (nominal) of instruction or presentation. IEEE maintains an official registry of all PDHs awarded. All one-hour Expert Now IEEE courses include a quiz, which upon successful completion makes you eligible to earn 1 PDH; 2 PDHs for two-hour courses.
Yes, you can return to the course and complete it.
Use the "MAP/Course Outline" button in the lower left corner of the course screen to open the course chapter navigation.
IEEE members can now purchase individual courses from the IEEE Expert Now collection directly through the IEEE Xplore digital library. IEEE members can purchase each one-hour course for US$69.95, with unlimited online access for 30-days from date of purchase. View the course catalog.
You can access the IEEE Expert Now course catalog by visiting the Course Catalog.
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