Atomic Learning announced that it has expanded its scope of offerings to include tutorials for palmOne handheld computers. Handhelds are becoming an integral part of learning in many school systems, the company said, and administrators, teachers, and students interested in quickly learning how to use their palmOne handhelds will find these tutorials useful. The initial series of tutorials are free and can be accessed either through Atomic learning or palmOne’s education page. Atomic also said that Florida’s Broward County Public Schools has extended its relationship with the company through the 2007-2008 school year. More than 272,000 students and 30,000 staff members at Broward County have year-round, 24-7 access to Atomic Learning’s short, three- to five-minute online video clips that offer on-demand answers to users’ “how-to” technology questions, the company said.

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