Little Falls, MN–December 21, 2006–Atomic Learning, provider of award-winning online software training resources, has announced the expansion of its library to over 25,000 tutorials. Teachers and students learning productivity tools, Web 2.0 technologies, multimedia production, and more use Atomic Learning’s just-in-time tutorials to meet their targeted training needs. Atomic Learning’s new step-by-step, project-based lesson plans (Lesson Accelerators) help learners integrate new technology skills into curriculum and daily classroom activities.

With over 500 new tutorials released every 45 days, Atomic Learning is responding to the escalating need for training resources on new applications being introduced into districts. Recent additions for Macintosh users include: Flash Professional 8, Pinnacle Gradebook 2 and Audacity. New PC tutorials include: lllustrator CS2, NVU, unitedstreaming and more. Atomic Learning’s library of tutorials covers more than 100 of the most commonly used software applications.

“We are very proud to have reached such a substantial amount of software training tutorials,” says Chuck Amos, Atomic Learning’s CEO. “With each series of tutorials we create, we are better able to support district staff with their increasing training and technical requirements. By providing more knowledge, more curriculum resources, and better service to our district customers, they, in turn, are able to provide those same training benefits for hundreds of thousands of students and parents.”

The latest release of Atomic Learning resources will be showcased at the upcoming FETC conference in Orlando, Florida. Current resources may be viewed at www.atomiclearning.com.

About Atomic Learning

Atomic Learning, Inc. was formed in 2000 by a group of technology educators with a mission to create useful and affordable online products focused on teaching people how to effectively use technology. Atomic Learning delivers a library of thousands of short, easy-to-view-and-understand tutorial movies that can be used as an integral part of a professional development program, a valuable curriculum supplement, and an anytime/anywhere software training resource. Atomic Learning now serves more than 4,000 school districts and universities in all 50 states and over 30 foreign countries, as well as individuals and organizations in a variety of other industries. For more information, visit www.atomicLearning.com.

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