Atomic Learning has expanded its training collection to include a Spotlight on internet safety, as well as several new training series.
The Keeping Kids Safe Online Spotlight provides professional development for educators and helps students learn how to navigate the Internet safely, in addition to helping administrators meet E-rate requirements of the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and the Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act. The training can be found at: http://www.atomiclearning.com/k12/spotlight/Keeping-Kids-Safe-Online.
Other training added to the Atomic Learning library includes Edmodo and Evernote, both exclusive to the new Atomic Mobilize solution.
The following training series have also been added to the Atomic Learning training library:
Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA has recently partnered with Atomic Learning to provide online training in conjunction with the campus’ migration to Blackboard 9.1 software implementation next spring. Through this partnership, VCU can smoothly integrate Atomic Learning tutorials with the direct linking feature to provide campus-wide training in one convenient online location.
I came into work this morning and one of the first emails I received was from a colleague – one of our content developers – recognizing today as Digital Learning Day. It's great to work with people who are so passionate about technology and learning! I wanted to pass her enthusiasm along to all of you:
District Administration and EdTech Digest have named Atomic Learning’s online professional development solution as a top product in recent award announcements.
Atomic Learning was named one of 100 winners of the District Administration Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products of 2011. The prestigious acknowledgement is given annually to K12 education products that have supported education innovation. The winners were selected by the editors of District Administration from hundreds of nominations submitted by readers, including school superintendents and district-level directors in districts across the United States. The winning products were determined by the quantity of nominations received per product, as well as an evaluation of product quality based upon readers’ nominations and explanations.