Frequently asked questions
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What about technical information?
Sign up/Sign in/Manage my account
How do I sign up?
A sign up/sign in button appears on the top of the screen. To sign up, create your own user name and password for confidentiality. Do not include spaces. Fields are not case sensitive. Fields with an * must be completed. Once you have completed the form, click accept.
Do I need to sign up?
You do not have to sign up to look at our site or read our free online modules. To access content and take a test online, you do need to sign up. The system will remember where you were during your last session if you've signed in.
Can user names contain spaces?
No. User names cannot include spaces.
Are user names or passwords case sensitive?
How do I sign in?
Sign into the Nursing Education site by entering your user name and password in the CNE sign up/sign in box on the upper right of the screen.
What if I forget my password or username?
If you forget your password or user name, enter the email address you used when you created your account, then click submit. We'll send you the user name and password on file for your email address.
How do I change my account information?
When you are signed in, edit your account by clicking my CNE account at the top right of the screen and then my profile at the bottom of the pop-up box. Type in the change, then click submit.
How do I logout?
At the end of each session click my CNE account on the upper right of the screen and then click logout.
Is there an automatic logout?
After one hour of inactivity, you will automatically be signed out. When you have signed back in, the last page you visited is listed in the log-in box so you can return to where you left off.
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