Electronic Order Management: Your Gateway to The Art of Spectacle Making

1. Before the late 19th century, spectacle lenses relied heavily on empirical science, which relied upon
2. In the 1940's, this frame style was introduced by Artist, Altina Schinasi:
3. The main advantage of the Datum system of frame marking was
4. In the 1920's, corrected curve lens designers tried to make
5. In the 1950's, a challenge for lens layout in the lab was centered on
6. Handling new and novel frame shapes sparked development of
7. The use of electronic lens ordering began in the
8. The arrival of digitized frame tracing overcame what routine omission on most lens orders?
9. The main challenge for most lens ordering portals is
10. When choosing a lens, most ordering portals require
11. The ideal ordering portal would
12. What provides the fastest, easiest, and most accurate ordering and order tracking?
13. First quality lenses were certified to be
14. In the early 20th Century, glasses sold from a street vendors pushcart are most like today's
15. Altina Schinasi is the person often credited with the invention of the
16. Which of the following VISUSTORE features calculates the location of the near power in the lens, allowing the patient to choose a longer or shorter corridor length?
17. Introduced in 1912, what lens was considered the pinnacle of single vision design for over 50 years?
18. Zeiss VISUSTORE Lens Family Filtering is meant to help users
19. Being able to quickly access order history, job status and delivery and tracking information are part of:
20. The companies first responsible for making freeform technology refined for production were:
Evaluation Questions
21. In questions 21-23 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?
24. How were you directed to this course?
25. Please describe the office in which you work.