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Accounts are available to anyone with a valid email address. Registration is free to all users.
Sign-up now, if you don't have an account.
No. You can access all of the content on the HEROES website without an account.
However, if you want to participate in the gamification aspects of the website (unlocking badges, earning points and leveling-up) you will need to create an account and log into the site.
Also, some of the Interactive Learning Modules (ILMs) on the site have been designed to generate a score once play has ended. If you have an account (and are logged in) these scores will be recorded, allowing you to track your progress and collect any of the acheivement awards associated with the ILM. Once your scores have been saved you can access them through the "My Account" section.
Account information stored in the database is encrypted and available only to the database adminsitrator.
HEROES uses YouTube and Vimeo to host and playback our videos. If your organization has blocked access to these sites please contact us to discuss alternative ways to get access to our video content.
Once your account has been created you will be added to the list of recipients of our occaisional email newsletter: "The After Action Report". To stop receiving newsletters:
To start receiving the newsletter again, follow the same steps selecting "Yes" instead of No.
You can change your UNMC email address to an external email account at anytime. Please note, however, that once you change it, you cannot revert to a UNMC email address.
Note: After changing your UNMC email address you will need to log back into the website.
To recover a password for a HEROES website account:
Not yet. We're working on that feature and will announce via the HEROES Newsletter and through social media when it is ready.
Both the Interactive Learning Modules and Videos on the site require the latest version of Adobe's Flash Player. This can be downloaded from the Adobe website.
Interactive Learning Modules were developed in Flash and are unavailable in other formats at the moment. Sorry iPad owners.