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Distance education courses are those that do not require a student to be in the same location as the instructor and do not require an attendant at the learning site to monitor attendance. The courses must be interactive, and the sponsor must be able to verify continuing attendance of the attendee to the Commission. The verification may be done through the use of PIN numbers, random prompts or otherwise through guidelines the Commission may develop. Attorneys may receive up to six hours of credit per three-year education period for distance education activities. Effective January 1, 2005. Indiana Rules of Court.


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