School is almost out! Which products and services made a difference in your district this year? From hardware to software, online resources to facilities solutions, books to classroom materials, and beyond, District Administration wants to know what you think!
And how is it different than the Creative Suite? Adobe announced at its annual MAX conference that the Adobe Creative Suite, currently at version CS6, has run its course, and from now on updates and licensing for applications that used to be part of the Creative Suite will from now on be through Creative Cloud only.
Most people hear “cloud” and assume that you’re going to be working on cloud-based online applications, but that’s not the case. The “Cloud” part of Creative Cloud is more about licensing, updating, and sharing than it is about actually using the applications. You’ll still install Photoshop, Illustrator, or whatever applications you want to use, on your computer like before, but now you’ll have a subscription to Creative Cloud to allow you to keep using it.
Some visitors from the UK stopped into the Atomic Learning office last week, and they shared this very poignant video from klicksafe.de, a German group focused on the Safer Internet Programme of the European Union. It is a great video to share with parents to make them realize that monitoring kids online is important!
Want more information to share with parents on internet safety? If your district has a site license, your parents can watch this training course to be more aware of how they can keep their kids safe online!
Gain the knowledge to create a variety of diagrams to share information about organizational systems, resources, and processes with this Visio 2010 online training series. You’ll learn about Visio’s interface, including the ribbon; stencils and shapes; and setting document properties. You’ll also learn how to work with pages, backgrounds and layers. Lastly, we will demonstrate how to create an organization chart and flowchart.
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