Tuesday, November 10, 2015

New! Atomic Training from McKinney Public LIbrary

Atomic Training

The McKinney Public Library System now offers Atomic Training, a video-based software training resource. The service is free for all library patrons, and can be accessed from home or office, as well as at the Roy & Helen Hall Memorial Library, 101 E. Hunt St., and the John & Judy Gay Library, 6861 W. Eldorado Pkwy.

Atomic Training consists of thousands of short videos covering more than five hundred of today's most popular software applications on both PCs and Macs. It includes all the latest offerings from Microsoft, Apple, Adobe, and Google. Providing this just-in-time solution can help patrons get through technology barriers at the moment of need. With unlimited availability users are able to learn what they need when they need it.

Create an account using your library card number and learn at your own pace, whether you need to brush up on the latest software updates or train on a brand new application.  Improve your job skills and help build your résumé with in-depth training on Excel and Photoshop, or learn valuable social media techniques with tutorials on Twitter, blogging, and podcasting. Learn how to use mobile products such as the iPhone and iPad, and eReaders like the Kindle or Nook. All videos are closed captioned for ADA accessibility.

By providing on-demand software training and support tutorials, Atomic Training helps businesses and organizations fulfill staff technology training and development goals. Whether you need to enhance new employee orientation, transition to updated software, train on a new application, or extend IT support, Atomic Training has the essential training needed to develop and increase technology skills, proficiency, and productivity.

The link to the McKinney Atomic Training site, https://www.rbdigital.com/mckinneytx/service, is available on the Library’s Home and Digital Resources pages. A tutorial is available at http://vimeo.com/65575466.

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