Spending a few minutes making sure your computer is ready to use the TCPS Clinical Orientation site will potentially save you some time and troubleshooting later on …
All software/plugins required for the optimal use of the TCPS Clinical Orientation are free and available for download on the right of the screen.
This site is best viewed using Chrome or Firefox. Chrome and Firefox are available for PC, MAC, and Android operating systems. Safari for Mac and Internet Explorer versions below 11 are no longer supported.
The Disabling PopUp Blockers Handout may be of assistance.
Geek Squad Tips to disable Popup Blocker in a variety of browsers.
Handouts are provided in the .PDF format and will require that you use Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.
This site is now compatible with the iPad and other tablets with the exception of the Quiz Learning Management System (LMS). Please use a laptop or desktop computer to take quizzes due to the use of FLASH.
Popup & New Browser Tabs
Two different content presentation strategies are used depending upon the nature of the content: Popup Windows and New Browser Tabs. These icons will alert you to which type of link you are following.
Use the BACK Button to return to previous content.
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Adobe Acrobat Reader displays .PDF files regardless of the computer’s operating system. PCs, Macs, tablets, and phones can all display .PDF documents.
MAC users if you see that the Test Document opens in PREVIEW – you need to download and use Adobe Reader to view completion certificates!
Flash is a free browser plugin that is used to create interactivity within websites. It is updated routinely, so make sure that you have the latest version!
Download the latest version of Flash based upon your operating system!
If you experience difficulty viewing Flash content while using Chrome …
- Open Chrome.
- In the address bar at the top, type
chrome://pluginsand press Enter.
- Click Details.
- Scroll down to “Adobe Flash Player.”
- Under “Type: PPAPI,” click Enable.