Log onto Atomic Learning to check out the new training series on SMART Board® Notebook® and the many new features that are a part of version 11, including:
Continuing the series introducing you to our eLearning Contributor team, we'd like you to meet Sarah Holder.
Before starting with Atomic Learning, Sarah was an instrumental music teacher for 15 years. While teaching band, she worked on and completed a Master’s degree in educational technology.
In a recent article on Inside Higher Ed, Matt Reed asks the question What is an Online Student? On today's campus, online learning is often just learning. With learning management systems, flipped classrooms, and traditional distance and online courses, most students now an online aspect during their higher education tenure. Reed lists students in the following groups:
Congratulations to JoEllen Powers at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in Cincinnati, OH -- our Weekly Giveaway backpack winner!
In a recent webinar Transforming the College Classroom with Technology: College Leaders Panel Discussion, Dr. Randy Reddick from Texas Tech University shared the top reasons why Atomic Learning has been beneficial on his campus. Those reasons:
Brush up or Remediate: Students who need support on the needed technologies have an easy way to learn the tech skills they need to master the course content.
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Learn to be more confident in your decision making. In this online training series, you'll learn how to be purposeful in your decision making and think about the "most important question" to make the best decision based on wisdom. Not an Atomic Learning subscriber? Learn more.
In this online training series, you will learn to create and share a photo or video project in Adobe Premiere Elements 12. We will explore the Quick, Expert, and Guided view workspaces as well as how to import media to our project and create a slide show with transitions and effects. Finally, you will learn how to create a DVD of the project and share video via mobile devices or on the Web. Not an Atomic Learning subscriber?
The many folks who still rely on Windows XP will have their own major concern to deal with in a few weeks. On April 8, XP reaches the end of the line. No, your XP computer won't suddenly blow up on that date. But it does mean that official support from Microsoft ceases. Microsoft will no longer issue patches or system updates to protect the machine against viruses, spyware and other malware that could result in crashes, or worse, the theft of personal information. If you run into any other kinds of snags, you won't be able to call Microsoft for technical assistance.