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Accessing and using course resources such as slides and handouts
Accessing and using course resources such as slides and handouts

Download all associated course materials and downloadables

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Written by Matina Arkoumani
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As a member of the AIXR platform, you have access to a wide range of courses and training materials. In order to get the most out of your learning experience, it is important to know how to access and use the course resources that are available to you.

All resources are available to pro members. Members on a free subscription plan may only have access to a limited range of resources.

Please note: Not all courses will have associated resources, and those that do may have varying levels of detail and quality.

Accessing resource via courses

To access and use course resources such as slides and handouts, first, complete the corresponding module or section of the course you are enrolled in.

The course module will have instructions on where to find and access the associated resources, which may include downloadable files and links to external resources.

Once you have accessed the course resources, you can download all associated materials and downloadables for your personal use. This may include slides, handouts, and other supporting documents. To ensure that you have all the relevant materials for the course, be sure to download all associated resources.

Additional Resources:

In addition to the course materials, AIXR also provides a resource library section on the platform that contains additional resources related to the course content. You may find it useful to explore these resources to gain a broader understanding of the subject matter.

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If you have any difficulties accessing or using the course resources, you can reach out to the AIXR support team for assistance.

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