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CDC Growth Chart Training Instructions

To maximize your learning experience, spend a few minutes familiarizing yourself with the modules' interface.


Basic Navigation

Once you enter a module, the following links appear at the top of each page:

Home: returns you to the main CDC Growth Charts training module Overview page.
Module Intro: returns you to the introductory page for that module.
Table of Contents: takes you to a list of sections contained in that module.
Glossary: takes you to a list of glossary terms.

Underneath the module title is a navigation bar, indicating the total number of sections for the module and the title and number of the current section that the user is on.

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You can jump backwards or forwards through a module by clicking on a section number in the top navigation bar.


Section Navigation

Each module is divided into sections.

Each module has been designed along a linear sequence, starting at the first section and continuing through the last. Clicking the 'Next' button at the bottom of the page, or following the interactive exercises, will lead you through a section and on to the next section. Most pages also have a 'Back' button, which will take you to a preassigned page. To return to the page you were just on, use your browser's 'Back' button.


Hyperlinks

The modules make extensive use of hyperlinks and interactivity.

Links are clickable and will reveal information or open a new page. Some hyperlinked text represents clickable links that provide alternative information (such as text only versions of media components) or advisory information. Other hyperlinked text such as citations will open the module's 'References and Resources page.

Text that is bold represents emphasis and is not clickable. Shading likewise represents emphasis.


Icons

Icons are used to draw the user's attention and to signify interactive and multimedia features.

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download a printable version of the module

 

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Self-test questions
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Read more
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identifies additional textual material on a topic

 

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indicates PowerPoint slides with accompanying audio

 

View animation and listen to audio
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indicates a Flash animation with accompanying audio

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