Special Notice – ICLC2020 Goes Live
ICLC2020 – our flagship resource – goes live today
IACLE has today announced the completion of the latest version of our most valued and important resource, the IACLE Contact Lens Course (ICLC), which is used by our members in institutions worldwide.
ICLC2020 has been fully revised and updated by the world’s leading authorities in contact lenses. The full course is now available exclusively to IACLE members and free of charge via our website.
From this year the course will be updated every 2 years to keep pace with the latest developments in the contact lens field.
ICLC2020 covers all aspects of contact lens education – from the anatomy of the cornea to the business of contact lens practice – in six modules and 33 lectures in PowerPoint format. The course provides educators with the materials needed to teach a high-quality contact lens course, and is also suitable for students and practitioners.
Professor Lyndon Jones, of the University of Waterloo, Canada, is among the 27 Editors of ICLC2020 and commented: ‘The IACLE Contact Lens Course is a “one-stop shop” that covers every relevant aspect of modern contact lens practice in a thorough, easily readable manner. I highly recommend ICLC2020 to students and experienced practitioners looking for an up-to-date and comprehensive resource on contact lenses.’
‘Achieving excellence is a continuous process,’ says Director of Educational Programs, Nilesh Thite, who led the project. ‘As we approached the symbolic year 2020, updating the IACLE Contact Lens Course was an obvious step.
‘The diversity of the topics and the vastness of the information make this a difficult task to execute. However, with outstanding support from the international experts, the course is updated and is ready for you. We present to you ICLC2020 and thank all the Editors for their timely inputs and expertise!’
The previous version – the New ICLC – will now be known as ICLC2015. This version will continue to be available to members in Chinese (Simplified), Korean and Spanish, with some lectures translated into French and Italian. The 2013 version of the ICLC is freely accessible as a student aid and can be found on our website under Free Resources.