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Course participants (both CSMLS members and non-members) and those who provide learning programs may submit courses and programs to determine if they are eligible for CSMLS Professional Enhancement Program (PEP) hours and Certificate of Professional Studies (CPS) / Advanced Registered Technologist (ART) credits.
Individuals may use the results of the assessment for the CSMLS PEP program, the CSMLS CPS program, the CSMLS ART program, or the continuing competency program of their regulatory college. Those who provide learning programs consider assessment results a marketing advantage.
Please refer to the documents below for more information regarding the course assessment process.
CSMLS offers the Loan Library as an ongoing resource in standards and guidelines in laboratory disciplines for students, professionals and educators. CSMLS members are able to borrow resources at no cost.
Only two programs can be borrowed at a time and should be returned within two weeks after received, unless special arrangements have been made with Learning Services.
For more information about the Loan Library, please contact Learning Services.
Acknowledging the sources of information and ideas you have used when writing your essays or assignments is important whether you have quoted them directly or indirectly. This is done by referencing or citing your sources and there are a number of different ways you can do this.
When referencing your work it is important that you use the right punctuation and that the order of elements in the citation are also done correctly. The Vancouver style of referencing is predominantly used in the medical field. The CSMLS uses Vancouver Style. Follow the guidelines provided below to help you acknowledge your sources correctly.
Refer to the CSMLS Academic Dishonesty policy for any concerns or questions regarding the importance of referencing your work.
For additional information please contact Learning Services.