01 Jul

Be Your Own Technology Help Desk #ALsummersession

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Having computer issues during the summer can be a disaster. Equip yourself with the knowledge to act as your own personal technology help desk with these online resources!

To get started, simply login using your school's method of access and check out the links below.

PC Maintenance Training
Having a problematic PC? Get to the bottom of your technology woes with this online resource that explores several common problems—including malware—and steps you can take to prevent future issues, including using firewalls, scheduling scans, and more.
Learn about PC Maintenance!

Being Savvy Online
Is your digital footprint squashing your reputation? Make sure you are aware of online dangers involved with online banking, gaming, and shopping—and learn how to protect your personal data from scams and identity theft with this online resource.
Learn about Being Savvy Online!

Computer Training
Computers have become a standard household tool—yet most of us don't use them to their fullest potential. Learn how you—yes YOU—can set up a wireless network, improve your computer's speed, and many other time-saving computing topics.
Learn about Computing!

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This article is a part of an Atomic Learning special blog series dedicated to keeping the learning going all summer long by helping you learn something new with quick personal development tips!


30 Jun

Infographic: Most Teachers Don't Feel Prepared to Use Technology in Classrooms

in classroom, edtech, education technology, educator, educators, infographic, teacher PD, teachers, teaching, tech integration, technology integration

From Techlearning.com where we found this infographic: "Although 90 percent of teachers believe that technology in the classroom is important to student success, 60 percent of teachers feel they are inadequately prepared to use technology in classrooms, according to research released by Samsung Electronics America and GfK."

29 Jun

Weekly Giveaway Winner - 6/29/15

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Congratulations to Kellie Hendricks at Lakota Local School District, in Liberty Township, OH, our Weekly Giveaway t-shirt winner.

Not sure what the Weekly Giveaway is? Log into Atomic Learning for your chance to win! New tutorials featured and winners each week so continue to stop back for your chance to win!

Learn more.

28 Jun

Are you providing flexible training & learning opportunities?

in effective PD, just-in-time training, on-demand, online PD, professional development, teacher PD

One of our weekly giveaway winners recently shared how much she appreciates Atomic Learning's just-in-time training.

"I really enjoy Atomic Learning's wide range of subject options and the ability to digest the content in small blocks of time," Bernice Morrissey, Wheaton College, Norton, MA.

We all want more time, right? Atomic Learning provides teachers, staff, and students an on-going opportunity to quickly learn--when and where they need it most. With a robust online library of brief video segments, Atomic Learning provides the technology training and support needed without taking up valuable classroom time.

27 Jun

Using Office 365 - Guest Blog Post

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Who better to speak to using Office 365 than the eLearning Contributor who developed the training herself?

Guest Blog Post by Teresa Potter, eLearning Contributor

26 Jun

Office 365 for Administrators

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Who better to speak to using Office 365 for Administrators than the eLearning Contributor who developed the training herself?

Guest Blog Post by Teresa Potter, eLearning Contributor

Microsoft has been quickly growing its online Office applications since 2008, including adding many collaborative tools. Many schools and organizations have adopted Office 365 for their institution, which brings with it a set of administrator tools. In the spring of 2015, Microsoft made several layout and a few organizational changes to the Office 365 administrator tools with the goal of simplifying these workflows.  Atomic Learning has recently added a series of tutorial videos for new Office 365 administrators to introduce them to the key features of the dashboard as well as give them an understanding of the overall organization of these tools.