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Not all Internet CME content is created equal. That’s why you need to do some research before you jump onto the Internet for Web-based continuing medical education. Here are some suggestions for making your experience a good one:
• Check out the developer of the course material to make sure it is from a reputable source.
• Preview the material to make sure it is what you are interested in and that passing the course will give you the CME credit you need.
• Make sure the material is in a format that you are comfortable with and that it is easy to use.
• Make sure your technology will support the material. For instance, if the material includes audio and video, you need at least a Pentium II computer and high-speed Internet access, such as a cable modem in order to access the material quickly.
• Check with your colleagues for suggestions on Web sites they have found useful.
• Find out if you can download the information for future reference.