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For nonprofits, libraries, and their constituents, training is essential to keep technology knowledge and skills up to date.
Whether your organization is training its staff and volunteers to use Windows 8 or FileMaker, or teaching others technical programs like Excel, the new Atomic Training Donation Program at TechSoup can help you get started.
You can use Atomic Training to help your organization maximize its tech tools and software products. New staff members can learn the basics of the applications your organization uses, while more experienced users can increase their knowledge.
The training is available to both your staff AND your constituents. This makes Atomic Training ideal for:
Atomic Training is the resource that Best Buy's Geek Squad uses for their training.
These online training courses are Just-in-Time, meaning they're on-demand "atomic," with each lesson being broken down into small bites of no more than three minutes, so you can learn at your own pace, and on your own time.
Since they're cloud-based, you can finish your courses anywhere and anytime, as long as you have Internet access.
You can easily browse Atomic Training's resources by course listings or by searching for specifics keywords. "Sparklines" for Microsoft Excel, for example.
Some courses are also project-based, and let you download resources that supplement the video presentation, while others are workshop-based, in which you can learn about broad topics like blogging. Check out Atomic Training's full course catalog.
This offer consists of a donated one-month subscription to all video courses on the Atomic Training website -- some 550 courses on more than 150 software products.
Eligible organizations can request up to 100 user licenses per year. Users can view the videos from any web-connected computer. Plus, as part of this offer through TechSoup, your organization can also receive a 35 percent discount on an annual subscription to Atomic Training. Learn more.
Patrick Duggan | TechSoup Digital Marketing Manager
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