Author: Linda Kelly, MS, R. EEG/EP T., R. NCS.T., CNCT, FASET, CSSGB, Director of Education, ASET
In less than 60 days, we will be in sunny San Diego, California, for the ASET 62nd Annual Conference. We have announced the Schedule at a Glance, which includes course tracks, lecture titles, and presenters. We are once again excited to welcome a first-class faculty who will present relevant and engaging content.
This may be our 62nd Annual Conference, but it will be our first hybrid event. If you can’t join us in San Diego the EEG Key Topics, LTM, and Advanced Practice for EEG course tracks will be available as a virtual option. If you need ASET-CEUs for exam eligibility, recredentialing, or professional development, we have you covered at the Annual Conference and beyond through our variety of educational offerings.
New Learning Management System Coming Soon
As if planning the Annual Conference didn’t keep us busy enough, we are implementing a new learning management system (LMS). Our new and improved LMS will go live on October 1, 2021. Any learning (online course, webinar, or journal quiz) purchased prior to August 15 will be in our current learning portal. Since partially completed work will not transfer to the new platform, it is imperative that you complete your work before September 30.
This will not impact earned CEUs from completed work, and learners will have access to any new course equal to the one-year duration. However, if your course, webinar, or journal quiz is only partially completed, any work, including quizzes, exams, or assignments, will need to be repeated in the new platform. We encourage you to complete your work before September 30 to avoid repeating your work. Please save any work that you would need to upload or repeat in the new learning management system. We appreciate your patience while we make this necessary transition to improve your online learning experience.
If you are an online learner through ASET, please check your emails for regular updates about our progress and any necessary adjustments needed on your end to ensure continuity of coursework as we transition. We appreciate your patience while we make this necessary transition to improve your online learning experience.
You might be interested in the latest Special Interest Section that focuses on the ASET 62nd Annual Conference.