We wanted to welcome everyone to our new higher education blog with a message from Lisa Barnett, Atomic Learning's CEO.
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Looking to create your own training? Atomic Learning’s eLearning Developers have pulled together their tips and tricks to help you create your own high-quality training. Learn about initial set up, how to record audio, and how to prepare your computer to create videos with ease.
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Which products and services have made a difference on your campus? From hardware to software, online resources to facilities solutions, books to materials, and beyond, University Business want to know what you think!
Are you or are people on your campus new to computers? Everyone was a beginner at one point. This online training series will teach you the basics about using your computer with topics ranging from double clicking with your mouse to setting up an email account and even how to transfer photos from your camera to your hard drive. See the whole series on our website here.
Take a look at many of the new changes that have been made to Microsoft® Office® Suite 2013, specifically Word®, Excel®, and PowerPoint®. Not only has the user interface changed, but Office 2013 also includes many new features and commands that will allow you to customize your environment and help you become more productive. This online training series will give you a jump start on getting acquainted with the new look and features in Office Suite 2013.
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) presented the 2013 CODiE Awards in education technology on Monday, May 6, during SIIA’s annual Ed Tech Industry Summit. Atomic Learning’s Tech Skills Training Plus solution was named Best Postsecondary Learning Solution in its entry category, as well as Best Postsecondary Solution and Best Education Solution.
Thank you Kathy Carnegis from Cedarville University who requested this tutorial. She said, "Our campus recently converted to Google Apps for Education. We have a lot of people asking questions about Google email delegation. Can you help?"
Thanks for asking! Here's your answer, Kathy: