specially my work on metabolic disorders enzyme chemistry, I have watched more than 10 times this highly precious webinar by Dr. Ingrid Tein but unfortunately now when I opened today, it said that the content only available to Subscribers
I have filled all the details
I am Dr. Tanveer working in the field of medicinal chemistry and interested in knowing about newer targets for drug design
I hope ICNA OFFICERS WILL SURELY GRANT ME ACCESS TO THIS HIGHLY REWARDING NEUROLOGY LEARNING PORTAL-ICNA PEDIA
This commment is unpublished.· 2 months ago@Dr TANVEER IRSHAD Restricting access to online educational sites to paying members is a viable approach for several reasons. Firstly, it ensures sustainable content quality and platform maintenance. By charging users, these platforms can invest in experienced educators, better resources, and technical support, guaranteeing a higher standard of education. Secondly, this model fosters a commitment to learning. When individuals invest financially, they are more likely to take their studies seriously, reducing dropout rates and ensuring a more engaged and motivated user base. Furthermore, revenue generated from paid memberships can be used to provide scholarships or reduced fees for students from resource limited settings, thereby promoting inclusivity. Lastly, it helps in deterring misuse and preserving the integrity of educational resources, as the paywall acts as a barrier against plagiarism and unauthorized distribution. In sum, restricting access to paying members benefits both the learners and the educational platforms, ensuring sustainable and quality education in the digital age.