New online training workshop on cloud-based applications

9/29/2013 12:00:00 AM

 Atomic Learning has recently expanded its online training library to include a training workshop on moving to the cloud for teachers. ThE workshop covers some of the key features of cloud-based computing for teachers including the anytime, anywhere access for storage, retrieval and collaboration, increased student accountability, backup and storage, as well as cost and resource savings.

Along with this workshop, Atomic Learning has also added in-depth training on many Google applications, iOS 7, Weebly, and flipping the classroom, as well as workshops on rewarding students with badges and using an iPad as an eReader to help educators fully integrate technology in their classrooms. 

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