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Institutions can join in the Join link on the home page.
After you log in, you will be presented with the welcome page. On the page there are messages (if any) that may be pointing out recent changes or future changes. Under the Home button is you group account and/or other menus for users that are editors, authors, etc.
Groups have to have one or more administrators for their account. The admins main job is to view reports, if they so desire. Users that are inactive from a group for more than 2 years are automatically removed from the group. Groups must be an academic group with an .edu email address and mailing address. Private groups must contact us for approval.
You will send a code to your group members (no limit to the number of departmental members) that they use to sign up to E-Echo and also are designated as your group member. CMEs are a separate charge so the group can buy them in bulk or they can let users purchase their own.
Group admins can do everything a group member does, except any exam will not be saved and all cme or sae certificates are deleted when you log out.
In the account you can view/change your group information and preferences. You can also view users CME certificates, puchase CME credits, purchase a subscription, and review transactions or obtain receipts of transactions.
In the right upper corner of your page is your name (if you click on it you will go to your account), the CME Session status (active or not active), the number of CME credits you have in your bank, your session time (and how much time you have left before you automatically are logged out), the text size (10px) and the screen width. The last line has your video size (1X,2X,3X or 4X), your video default (MP4) format, and some A's that you can use to increase, decrease, or go to the default text size that is in your preferences. The 'R' is for resonsive text. It will increase automatically when the screen is enlarged and decrease if the screen is downsized.
The Menu will have options to go to certian areas.

Below the menu on the left side of the screen are 1X,2X,3X,4X - click on those to change your session default video size.
Below the menu on the right side of the screen are video format icons- click on those to change your session default video format.
MP4 is the most compatible. OGV is next and WebM is next - these are the new HTML5 video formats.
The Flash (SWF), Windows (WMV) and Quicktime (MOV) formats are legacy formats. You must install the applet in your browser to use these formats. Flash is an old format but seems to penetrate the hospital firewalls better than the other legacy formats.

Next is the title page and an Advertisement (if present) below the title. Advertisements are removed when you active a CME session. When you do a CME activity, you must first visit the CME splash page which has information about the CME provider and some legal stuff. If you forget and go to a CME activity you will be automatically redirected to the CME Splash page and then automatically taken back to your cme activity.
On the left side of the page next is the trail that got you to this page. Below this (if present) is a drop down list of all of the anchors/bookmarks for this page. On the opposite side is a dropdown list of all of the pages in this category or section.
Next is the page content.
You can change the size of videos and images on the fly by clicking the 1X-4X links or change the default of all of the images or videos as mentioned above. Ditto for the video formats. You can download the video by clicking on the download icon. It will go to your designated download area (usually a 'download' folder or you document folder) that you set up on your operating system and/or browser.
At the bottom of the page is a place to enter comments (if present). Comments are reveiwed and if appropriate and educational are shown to all users. Comments require that we show your name.
In the footer are links to areas such as help, information, calculations, license, privacy, hipaa, etc.
That is all.

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