Atomic Learning Expands Web-Based Software Training and Tutorials

Atomic Learning, a provider of Web-based software training and tutorials, announced last month that it is now offering more than 8,000 tutorial movies covering over 60 different applications. Among the company's new releases are tutorials for QuickTime Pro 6.5, as well as various Macromedia and Microsoft applications. Atomic Learning has also released a new series of 30 Spanish-language tutorials composed of more than 1,700 movies, including tutorials for Microsoft Windows XP and other PC-based Microsoft applications; as well as tutorials for OS X Jaguar v10.2, OS X Panther v10.3, Word X, Entourage X and other applications for the Mac user. In addition, Atomic Learning offers educators a series on Internet searching and a workshop on how to create classroom newsletters. All of Atomic Learning's training sessions include a series of one-minute to three-minute tutorials that provide answers on demand to specific questions on some part of the application. For more information on subscribing to Atomic Learning, including volume pricing, visit www.atomiclearning.com.

This article originally appeared in the 06/01/2004 issue of THE Journal.

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