Things to know

You must be registered and logged in to this site to access and purchase all quizzes and flash cards.

Using the "Signup" tab, you can register and login using your Facebook / Google / LinkedIn credentials or you can use the "Signup" tab to create an account directly on this site (email confirmation will be required).

Once logged in, click the “Home” tab to see the content you have acquired or click the "Course Catalog" tab to see all available content.


A "Course" is defined as a collection of units (in our case ... chapters) available for purchase / access.

Once you have registered on our site and logged in, you will see the following “Home” page.

“Course Catalog” (on the right) shows a listing of all "Courses" that we currently have available along with price and duration ... courses are available in 3-day, 15-day, 30-day, 60-day and 90-day versions.

“Progress” provides a summary of your activities.

Your courses and their expiry dates can be viewed in a list view or a table view.

In list view, click on the small green “INFO” box on the right ...

... or in table view, hover over the course icon and click on the “i” to get a description of the course and its contents.

Click on a chapter in the content list to go directly to that chapter.

If you wish to go to another chapter, use the navigation tools at the top of the screen.


Content for the ITSIMM 7th edition is being created using Articulate Storyline 3. By default, all content is compatible with all types of mobile devices.

Content for the TDMM 13th edition and the ITSIMM 6th edition were created using Articulate Storyline 2 and is published in both Flash and HTML5 formats. When you launch a quiz/flash cards, the most compatible version for the device you are using will be automatically selected using the following criteria:

  • If mobile devices that support Flash are used, the default Flash version will be shown.

  • If mobile devices that don't support Flash or the Articulate Mobile Player app are used, the HTML5 output will be shown.

Most features behave the same way in Flash and HTML5 but not all ... Flash will always provide the best experience while unexpected / unpredictable things can happen in HTML5 (unpredictable, as it varies with the device and operating system used).

The recommended browsers for mobile devices are:

  • Google Chrome in Android OS 4.1 and later.

  • Safari in Apple iOS 7 and later.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact us using the "Messages" tab or send us an email ...

-- Cory and Steve