EyeLearn: Professional Development Hub

AOA’s member-exclusive centralized education portal, EyeLearn, offers an expanding online catalog of educational modules, webinars and resources to help advance clinical proficiencies, the practice of contemporary optometry, and practice management for doctors of optometry, future doctors of optometry, and paraoptometric staff.

EyeLearn

With a focus on year-round professional development, AOA’s Education Center provides custom and on-demand professional development and educational content at your fingertips. As the professional development hub of the AOA, EyeLearn offers a range of materials for staff training, practice management, contemporary optometry resources and best practices, and more.

How to access EyeLearn

  1. When prompted, login with the same username and password you use to login to this website.  This will then direct you to your account profile.
  2. Accessing the My Learning feature provides access to your AOA Classroom.  To access on-demand programs, press Click Here to Proceed to My Learning.
  3. Once you have advanced to My Learning, you can view all available, on-demand courses.

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