Please use the Create An Account button on the upper right hand portion of the asnr.org home page. Enter the email associated with your ASNR membership account and click the button to verify. You will receive a verification code to that email. Enter your verification code and select a password.
Your old website login credentials no longer exist due to ASNR’s migration to a new database.
Please use the email at which you received the notification email that will be sent on October 21 about our upgrade to our new membership system. If you do not receive an email on October 21 please email the Membership Department at email@example.com and include your first and last name, email and best phone number to be reached at.
- Yes, the password must be between 8 and 64 characters and must contain at least 3 of the following:
A lowercase letter
An uppercase letter
Yes, as long as it meets the password criteria above.
Please email the Membership Department at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your first and last name, email and best phone number to be reached at.
No, the current job board on asnr.org does not use the same login as that of a member or non-member.
Yes, as a non-member you will still need to create a new login. Please use the email address provided in the email that you will receive on October 21 to notify you of the change. If you do not receive an email please email the Membership Department at email@example.com and include your first and last name, email and best phone number to be reached at.
How Do I Clear My Computer Cashe?
To clear cache and cookies when using Mozilla Firefox on Windows, follow the steps detailed below:
1. Click on the menu button in the upper right corner.
2. Select Options.
3. In the Privacy section, click on Clear your recent history.
4. From the drop-down menu next to Time range to clear, select Everything, then click on Clear Now.
5. In the left-side column, click on Advanced, then go to the Network tab.
6. In the Cached Web Content section, click on Clear Now.
1. Do one of the following:
- From the “Menu” button in the upper-right corner of the Chrome window, choose “More Tools” > “Clear browsing data…“.
- Press “CTRL” + “Shift” + “Delete” keys in Windows or Linux, or “Command” + “Shift” + “Delete” keys on MacOS.
- Select “Menu” > “Settings” > “Advanced” > “Clear browsing data…“.
2. Select the period of time you wish to delete cached information using the “Clear the following items from” drop down menu. From there, you can choose “Cached images and files“.
3. Select the “Clear browsing data” button, and Chrome will clear your cache.
1. Open Microsoft Edge on your Mac or PC and type or paste “edge://settings/privacy” (without the quotes) into your address bar. Press Enter or Return to go there.
2. Under the “Clear browsing data” heading, click “Choose what to clear.”
3. Edge will let you choose what data to clear, and the time range to clear it from. Check “Browsing history” and any other box that you’d like, and then “Clear now.” If you set your time range as “Forever,” it will clear all your history.
1. Click on the Safari tab at the top right of your screen and choose Preferences from the dropdown menu.
2. Click the Advanced tab of the menu that pops up.
3. At the end of the tab, select the “Show Develop menu in menu bar” box and close the Preferences menu.
4. Click the Develop tab from the Safari menu at the top of the page.
5. Click Empty Caches from the dropdown menu.
You may also want to clear your browsing history in addition to emptying your cache. Here’s how to do that.
1. Choose the History tab in Safari (pictured above).
2. At the very bottom of the dropdown menu, choose Clear History.
3. A box pops up with a choice to clear the last hour, today, today, and yesterday, or all history. Choose your time frame and click the Clear History button.
If you’re not sure how far back you want to clear your browsing data, err on the side of clearing less. You can always go back and clear out more later.
Any tabs you have open at the time you clear your browsing history will remain. You may notice that the Frequently Visited section no longer appears when you open a new tab. As you build up your browsing history again, those sites will reappear.