· Jan 12, 2016 at 11:00 am
• Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 12pm ET - live
• Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 2pm ET - live
Eric Weidl, President, Intersites, Inc.,
and Lead Developer, CE Sally
Alan Blitz, Account Manager, CE Sally
and Healthcare Educational Consultant
We’d be happy to talk with you on how we can simplify your hosting needs and learners’ CE fulfillment experience with CE Sally’s flexible pricing plans and with great customer support.
· Dec 10, 2015 at 2:13 pm
We’re pleased to announce that our associations can now attach a price to their learning activities. This new functionality can be found in the components section in the admin control panel. Members must pay for the learning activity before they can add it to their To-do List.
Below is an example of how the +Add to cart button would appear on a learning activity overview page:
Associations can determine their own price for the three tiers of accessibility they assign to learning activities. This flexibility makes it easy to charge full price for publically available activities, provide a discounted price for association members, and/or to make the program free to invited learners.
Monthly sales reports are also available to association admins in the same place as the learning activity completion reports.
Contact us if you would like more details on how you can charge for learning activities.
We’re excited to continue adding new features to CE Sally and hope you benefit from this recent addition!
· Dec 9, 2015 at 2:07 pm
Many associations and CE Sally members have asked for a faster way to complete a single learning activity without first adding it to their To-do List.
Our unique To-do List functionality was designed, in part, for associations who conduct many learning activities in a short period of time, say for example, at a quarterly or annual meeting. For learners at those events, the To-do list enables them to complete all the activities they participated in in one fell swoop. No longer did they have to work in a back-and-forth fashion, finding then completing one activity, then finding and completing the next, and so on.
The To-do list is a very useful feature; however we are seeing more situations where learners have participated in only one activity and want to complete it without having to go to the extra step of adding it to their list.
We’re pleased to announce we’ve implemented this single activity learning model on all activity detail pages and it’s ready for use!
Below is a screen shot of how and where this button appears:
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