In this online training series, you will learn how to create websites that respond to the size of the screen from the device that you are using to access the webpage. This is called responsive web design. We will be using HTML 5, CSS, and Bootstrap to create these pages. You will learn how to create media queries using CSS, and how to manipulate Bootstrap components to make your web pages responsive. The training concludes with the creation of a webpage in which you can apply the skills you have learned. Not an Atomic Learning subscriber? Learn more at www.atomiclearning.com/more.
As this infographic illustrates, students, faculty, alumni, and employers all agree that soft skills such as effective communication and decision making are a top priority in the workforce. Want to ensure that your graduates are career-ready and have the confidence needed in today’s workplace? Atomic Learning's career skills collection can help with campus-wide access to online training on:
- Effective Listening
- Time Management
- Decision Making
- Customer Service
- Persuasion & Negotiation
- Effective Meetings
- Interview Techniques
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The internet unlocks barriers and increases the information exchange, but it also prevents dangers that all students, faculty, and staff need to understand. Atomic Learning has a great training workshop that is relevant to all learners.
The workshop Being Savvy Online includes relevant information on topics like:
Due to the popularity of the Top 5 Courses from Atomic Learning blog post, we thought we'd list the five courses that narrowly missed being in the Top 5. What are they?
- SQL - Basics Training
- Computing Literacy Basics Training
- Skype 6 Training
- Blackboard Learn™ 9.1 Service Pack 12 - Instructor Training
- Word 2010 - Intro
A few weeks ago, our Summer Planning Tips focused on Avoiding Plagiarism. This week, we delve into a related topic: respecting copyrights. How can you help your students enhance digital content while still respecting the ownership of creative works produced by others? Are you or your students creating digital content you would like to share?
The Creative Commons provide free licenses and other legal tools to mark creative work with the freedom the creator wants it to carry, so others can share, remix, use commercially, or any combination thereof.
Learn how to navigate the Creative Commons, or find a great resource for your students, in our Creative Commons workshop.
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