Atomic Learning demonstrated a new version of its latest product, Atomic Training. Atomic Training is an online training and publishing platform that schools and other organizations can use for managing and delivering training videos, procedures, and other essential information. In the latest release, Atomic Training customers will be able to designate users to specific groups that will determine what content each user is allowed to access. Also included are enhancements that make organizing content and operating Atomic Training even easier, the company said.

InfoSource Learning promoted its PDNPJ service: Professional Development in Your Pajamas. PDNPJ gives school districts and educational service associations the ability to administer an online professional development program. The company also promoted Advanced Integrating Technology in the Classroom, a content library that helps educators learn to use and integrate the latest technologies in their classroom curriculum.

PBS TeacherLine launched a new program, Course Licensing for Schools and Districts. The course-licensing program lets schools, districts, and education service agencies expand their staff professional development programs or create new initiatives in a way that is cost-effective. Course Licensing for Schools and Districts allows educational institutions to select from more than 100 research-based courses in reading/language arts, math, science, instructional strategies, and instructional technology. The courses use technologies such as audio, video, interactive components, and online discussions to address multiple learning styles.