OE TRACKER CE Attendance App

OE TRACKER CE Attendance App

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The OE TRACKER CE attendance app is an easy way for optometrists and providers of optometric continuing education to record attendance of continuing education courses. Prior to attending a course the optometrist logs in using their OE TRACKER username and password, and verifies their email address. During the course presentation, the CE provider will post a QR code in the room that optometrists can scan using an Android smartphone to record their attendance at the course. The attendance is then sent to ARBO’s OE TRACKER database. After the attendance data is received, the optometrist is sent an email telling them that the attendance of the course was uploaded into their OE TRACKER account. To sign up for an OE TRACKER username and password, or for more information, visit www.arbo.org and click on OE TRACKER.

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Comments and ratings for OE TRACKER CE Attendance App
  • (51 stars)

    by Schorn Purnell on 21/05/2014

    If the Barcode was available for the lecturing group to scan arrival and departure, it would be nice.

  • (51 stars)

    by Nate Kluttz on 14/12/2013

    ARBO can't help it if the ce you attend doesn't provide codes to scan. It works perfect for us supposed to do. I scan in and get an email instantly saying I received credit for attending the course

  • (51 stars)

    by Bill Malec on 09/10/2013

    The whole ARBO experience leaves much to be desired especially this app that accepts QR codes only and allows you to do nothing else. Pitiful!

  • (51 stars)

    by Michael Wong on 04/10/2013

    Uninstall

  • (51 stars)

    by biTToe biTToe on 21/08/2013

    Allows you to scan in, but I've never seen a QR code at any ce I've attended. Also, I can't check my hours, so really it is pretty much useless as it stands now.