Join this free Webinar to hear how Diane Johnson’s students at Seven Springs Middle School are integrating technology knowledge gained from Atomic Learning to serve their peers.
We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to attend FETC 2011 – the most comprehensive ed-tech learning event in
the U.S. — at a significant discount! Held from January 31st through February 3rd, FETC 2011 is the content-rich
conference that brings education leaders and technology experts together in Orlando to exchange techniques and
strategies for administrative, teaching and learning success. With 4 days of keynotes, conference sessions, and
Atomic Learning has an immediate opening and is accepting applications for the position of Customer Technical Service Representative. Qualified candidates must have the ability to:
On Tuesday, December 28th, Atomic Learning will be updating to new public IP addresses. If your district has set outbound IP address rules in your firewall for Atomic Learning, you will need to add several new addresses. For details and an updated IP listing please contact customer service.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Congratulations to Atomic Learning customer, Dr. Kevin M. Anderson, Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning at Oak Park Elementary School District 97 in Illinois for being named one of Tech & Learning magazine’s three top educators in its 23rd annual Leader of the Year program last week. Anderson was selected from over 60 entries and each of the winners exemplifies extraordinary education technology leadership, often working within budgetary restrictions and limited resources.