Who holds the copyrights to the course material?
Unless stated otherwise, all of Zur Institute, Inc.'s web pages are
copyrighted material and are not to be sold, distributed or shared by
electronic or any other means. As stated on the web pages, someone other
than Zur Institute, Inc. can hold copyrights to some of the articles
in the online courses. Permission to reproduce these articles must be
obtained from the holder of the copyright of the article. Zur Institute,
Inc. has two types of web pages on this site: The first type is the
publicly accessible web pages and the other type is the restricted web
pages. The latter are the web pages that are accessible only after
readers have paid for an online catalog item or an online course. Zur
Institute, Inc.'s publicly accessible web pages are accessible to anyone
and may be used or reproduced for the sole use of the individual
reader. Links to Zur Institute, Inc.'s publicly accessible pages can be
posted on the web, unless these links are part of operations that are
generating profit by using the material. In this case written permission
from Zur Institute, Inc. is required. Posting the links to the
restricted, non-publicly accessible web pages is not permitted. The
written permission of the author is required for any other reproduction,
transmission or use of the material or portion of the material.
Accessing Course Material after completing a test
To review material from a completed course you will log into your account and go to My Courses. Scroll down to Completed Courses and select the dropdown arrow. Select the Review & Access Certificate tab. Next you will select the Content link in the ...
How to review course material while taking the Posttest
Once you have started the Posttest your answer will be autosaved. You can select Content in the Activity Progress section and will be taken to the Course Content. Once you have reviewed the material and are ready to go back to the test you can select ...
Does the course material involve movies, or is it mainly text?
Course format may include Articles, Audios, and/or Videos. Course format is marked clearly on the course pages. Transcripts are included for audios and videos. (see individual course pages for more info). Course listings by format of course materials
Can I get material for online courses in hard copy via mail or fax?
No. Our online courses are to be done completely online. We neither fax nor mail the course material, as these courses are designated as online courses not home study courses.
Where is the course evaluation?
The course evaluations will be available after your Posttest. It is very important that you complete the evaluations to their entirety, or your certificate of completion will not be generated. Labeled: Quiz 1: Posttest Quiz 2: Objectives Evaluation ...