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Illinois adds PD provider

Educators in the state of Illinois now have an opportunity to learn how to use emerging technologies and apply them to the classroom while earning Continuing Professional Development Units
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Educators in the state of Illinois now have an opportunity to learn how to use emerging technologies and apply them to the classroom while earning Continuing Professional Development Units (CPDUs). Atomic Learning has recently been approved as a provider by the Illinois State Board of Education, enabling staff in districts that have a subscription to earn CPDUs for tutorials they view from Atomic Learning’s large library of tutorials.

The most recent content includes Facebook for Educators, through which educators can learn how to connect and use Facebook effectively with students. Also added are series on iPad and iPod touch–introducing the basic features and functions of these products.

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