New Apple Tips and Tricks - Get Notified!

Atomic Learning has recently launched a new approach to content development for frequently-changing iOS and Apple products. This new training will feature fresh tips and tricks, as well as discussion on the what, why, and how behind cool new features—such as Getting the Most Out of Battery Life and A look at Apple Pay.

Check out an example of these tips and tricks from our industry scouts firsthand and sign-up to have updates sent straight to your email here. (Learning that comes to you, can it get any easier?)

University of Wisconsin-Platteville Initiates Tech Support Program

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville has initiated a program called The Instructional Center for Educational Technologies (ICET).  This program is is available to students or instructors in need of assistance with Desire2Learn and other computer applications.

“Our mission is to support educational technology for students and teachers,” Lisa Landgraf, ICET Director, said.

By adding Atomic Learning as a resource used in the program, UW-P was able to expand the library of resources and help in efforts to enhance teaching and learning.

Helping Students Keep up With Technology in the Online Classroom - Guest Blog Post

We value our customers and appreciate the knowledge they provide and feedback they share, so we decided to ask for their stories to share in our new blog series "Voice of the Educator."

Guest blog post by Heather Austin, Visiting Professor at Eagle Gate College.

The ever-changing world of technology can be incredibly intimidating and overwhelming. With new technologies popping up daily, trying to stay up-to-date with the latest trends can be a major challenge. Before utilizing Atomic Learning in my online courses, many of my students were having difficulties grasping new technologies. Mastering software programs was a daunting task that made the learning process frustrating and dissatisfying. 

Atomic Learning has been an amazing asset to both my students and me. Since integrating this tool in my classroom, my students are more confident than ever using technology.  They are now able to self-assuredly work in multiple software platforms. By the end of the course, my students more clearly understand the course objectives and can effectively apply what they’ve learned in a real world scenario. The Atomic Learning tool has worked hand-in-hand with the course material to facilitate easier learning. I look forward to continuing to share this resource with my students.

Meet Our eLearning Developers: Rob Norgon

Continuing the series introducing you to our eLearning Contributor team, we'd like you to meet Rob Norgon.
Rob has a BS and MS degree in Business Education from Bemidji State University.
His professional experience includes 34 years of teaching  at Pequot Lakes High School in Pequot Lakes, MN,  12 years of adult education experience teaching community education courses on Microsoft Office.  18 of his 32 years in the Army Reserve he spent teaching Nuclear, Biological and Chemical subjects. Rob also holds a Microsoft Office Specialist certification in Office 2003 and 2007, and he has been a  Microsoft Certified Trainer since 2009.  In his time with Atomic Learning, he has created 850 software training tutorials!
Rob's organizational involvement includes being active in the Minnesota Business Education Association and the National Business Education Association while teaching at Pequot Lakes.  He has been involved with the Nisswa Jaycees for 12 years, holding local, regional and state offices.  He has also been a member of his Church council at Nisswa Lutheran Church of the Cross for 6 years.
Rob's awards include Pequot Lakes Teacher of the Year in 1990, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Accommodation Medal with 3 oak leaves from 32 years of Army Reserve service.  
In his spare time, Rob enjoys traveling, cooking, barbequing, smoking, and drives in his 2001 Corvette Coupe.

To see some of Rob's training, check out the Excel 2013 - PivotTables Training series.

EDUCAUSE ECAR Infographic: Study of Students and IT 2014

Earlier this fall, EDUCAUSE released their Educational Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) study on undergraduate students and IT study for 2014. To go along with that study, they’ve created a great infographic to support their findings.

Find out more on how Atomic Learning can help you provide more technology support for your students by contacting us.

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