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Atomic Learning Announces Expanded Professional Development Opportunities at ISTE

Posted Jun 18, 2013
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Atomic Learning showcases its latest technology training at ISTE 2013 Annual Conference and Exhibition, held in San Antonio, June 23–26. The company will release six new technology training offerings to expand its resources of more than 250 education-specific software application and device tutorials. These additions highlight the most recent versions of popular programs, enabling teachers to master updated interfaces and features.

New technology training offerings include:

  • Office 2013—What’s New Training: Overview of the latest updates to the Microsoft Office Suite applications, including significant changes to the user interface and new features.

  • Excel 2013—Pivot Tables Training: Explore how to use dynamic worksheets that can be reorganized by users, with data generated from a database or table.

  • 3D Dreams—Google SketchUp 8 Project: Create a 3D model home and learn to change the view to “walk” around the model, as well as how to export and print finished projects.

  • Internet Explorer 10 Training: Learn how to get the most out of this powerful Internet web browser.

  • JQuery Mobile Training: Use Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 as a development and test environment to create jQuery Mobile pages from scratch or from sample pages.

  • Skype 6 Training: Master Skype and learn how to initiate and accept free Skype-to-Skype calls.

In addition to the new technology training, Atomic Learning will host a poster session led by Carmen Garcia, director of instructional technology for McAllen ISD, Wednesday, June 26, at 11 a.m. CDT. The session, “It’s Not an iPad Initiative, It’s a Learning Initiative,” highlights how McAllen ISD's Transforming Learning in the Classroom, Campus and Community program is an innovative teaching and learning framework that leverages technology to give students the skills they need to succeed.

Atomic Learning will also share its iPad app, enhanced Custom Training feature for schools and districts, and an online training workshop about the basics of computer literacy.

Atomic Learning recently released a free eBook, “Proven Approaches to Effective Technology Integration: Strategies & Solutions for School Leaders,” detailing methods for success when planning school technology integration. The eBook is available online via the Atomic Learning website:

Source: Atomic Learning,

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