Top 5 Courses Including Google Photos, Engaging Lessons Using Multimedia, and more!

Who better to share what they think is the best of the best than those who determine what content is added to the Atomic Learning library? Our eLearning team recently shared with us what they thought were some of the top courses recently added to the site. We've also included why they think this content is so cool--we hope you agree!

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Google Photos

In this online course, you'll be introduced to the newest addition to the Google suite of products. Within Google™ Photos, you'll learn how to upload, organize and edit your photos, and more.

Creating, Formatting, & Editing in Google Docs - Fully Updated

Google™ Docs has numerous tools for editing and formatting your documents. In this online training series, we’ll learn to format text, add images, links, and comments. We’ll also explore tools for replacing words, checking spelling, and adding a table of contents.

Using Adobe Voice (1.7) in the Classroom

Adobe® Voice is great multimedia tool that can be used across the curriculum. In this online course, you will learn how to use the different aspects of Adobe Voice such as adding music, creating slides with images, icons and narration, and how to apply different themes to your story. You will also learn how you can use Adobe Voice to address expectations in literacy and social studies.

Moodle 2.8 Student

This online training course is a general overview of Moodle™ 2.8. You’ll start with learning about blocks, and how to get to course content. We’ll explore Moodle’s calendar, and chat and blog features that let you communicate in real time. We’ll cover how to view, complete, and submit assignments, and you’ll learn about the use of wikis in your classes. We’ll also cover forums and show you how to upload and manage files. And, along the way, we’ll see some of the new features in Moodle 2.8.

Engaging Lessons Using Multimedia

Enhance your instruction by adding engaging and interactive elements using technology. This workshop will look at a variety of resources and web tools that you can use to add excitement back into your lessons, engage your audience, touch on a variety of learning styles, and much more. Whether you are in a 1:1 environment, or a non-1:1 environment, these strategies and tools can help boost your instruction and student involvement.
 

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