Friday, September 11, 2009

Web Spotlight: Atomic Learning

Atomic Learning has been providing comprehensive online training with short, easy to understand videos for almost 10 years. Their expansive library includes tutorials on software like Microsoft Word to lessons on 21st century skills for the classroom. But most notably they have a large segment on assistive technology.

Atomic Learning’s assistive technology videos lead you step by step on how to use some of the most popular AT solutions available. From Boardmaker to WYNN, each tutorial is broken up into a series of small videos that allow you to quickly learn from the beginning or jump ahead for more advanced tips and techniques. If you are curious about what is available and how the videos look, you can browse their collection and watch the first two videos on any subject for free.

Atomic learning is a subscription-based service. A year of individual access to their library costs $99.99 for just the technology skills and $149.99 for access to their assistive technology library. You can also request a price quote and get a trial subscription for your school. Volume pricing is available at a significant discount to schools, districts, organizations and businesses. Be sure to check with your school or organization to see if they provide access to Atomic Learning before signing up. If a school has a contract with Atomic Learning, then access to the site is extended to attending students and their parents/guardians.

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