Viewing Documents / Visiting Links:
Except for the Protocol-Specific Materials, each category of the education and
training section has a documents menu which is arranged in tree format, much like using Microsoft Windows Explorer.
As you click on each link and the list drops down, the rest of the menu is still
visible on the screen (although you may have to scroll up or down to view it).
The symbol indicates that there are
sub-categories. Click on the image or link to view them.
The symbol can be used to collapse a set
The symbol indicates links to documents
and information web sites.
Many of the documents available in these sections are actually links to external
web sites which contain useful resources and information. When users click on
a link to an external site, that site will open in a new window. This is to allow for easier
navigation of links within that site. If a user clicks the
'back' button in that second window, it will not return to the CTSU site.
The CTSU site remains open behind the new window, therefore, users must
either minimize or close the new window.
The Protocol-Specific Materials section offers the user a search facility, through which
materials can be searched by one of the following
methods: cancer type, specific protocol ID, or by key word search of the protocol title.
Expand All / Collapse All
These features appear at the top of the documents page for each section, and are designed
to provide users the option of viewing the complete
list of documents at all times ('expand all'), or to view only the sub-set of
documents with which they are currently working.
Searching Documents and Material Titles:
If you are looking for materials for a specific topic, you may try to search
the education and training database of documents by entering a keyword in the search box.
This will search the title of the documents in the database. It Will Not search the whole document.
This is not possible because many of the documents are actually external links to the CTSU.