Some of you have handwritten your responses in the forms for the case studies, and are having challenges converting them into one document. Have a look below for a few methods to make that easier.
For your reference, click here for the link to the Certification Form
Note: When creating files for upload to the certification form, please ensure that you name the files with both your full name, and the subject of the files. E.g. Jane Doe, CI Case Studies.
If you have access to a flatbed or feeder scanner as part of a printer, this is ideal. If not, you can use a mobile phone app to scan your documents.
There are many different softwares and brands of printers, so here are some general suggestions. If, in your software for scanning on your computer, you can find a scanning method of PDF instead of JPEG, this is ideal as it will combine all scanned items into one document.
If you are using your feeder, and your case studies are double sided, you may wish to either try the smartphone method below since the feeder will usually only accept one side. Or, an option is you could photocopy all the backsides of the pages, and insert the new backside pages after every front side page together manually, ensuring they are in the correct order, then proceed to scan all into your scanner program.
To use your phone’s camera to scan documents, two popular mobile scanning applications are Adobe Scan and Microsoft Office Lens. There are many more apps for this purpose, so please feel free to try some out and see what works for you. It’s best to try to scan all images into one PDF file, with as much even light as possible, as well as using your phone camera’s flash for support.
If you have further questions that you are unable to resolve, you may email Gurudayal at [email protected]