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Jeff Metz to Present a Free Atomic Training Session this March

atomic trainingPlease join Jeff Metz from Recorded Books for a free hands-on training session for Atomic Training. Jeff will cover the features of the service, going over what programs are available, how to use the service, and address any questions that you may have about Atomic Training.

Date: Monday, March 3, 2014
Time: 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Location: Farmingdale Public Library
Directions online at: http://www.lilrc.org/workshops/dirfpl.pdf
Registration Deadline: February 24, 2014

Video-based On-demand Technology Training Solutions
In today’s ever-changing world, users need resources for quickly and effectively learning how to use the newest software and cutting-edge gadgets. Atomic Training has been providing high-impact eLearning solutions for over 16 million users in 45 countries, and now this service is available to library staff looking to improve their technological skills and stand out in the marketplace.

Presenter: Jeff Metz, National Product Manager, Recorded Books

Atomic Online Software Training Subscription Available to All Libraries
LILRC is pleased to offer an annual subscription to online training of software applications and social networking tools to all libraries through Atomic Training at a highly discounted price of $50 per subscription for LILRC member libraries and $100 per subscription for non-member libraries. Each subscription will allow a library staff member (user) to have access to all Atomic Training’s on-demand online tutorials for one year. More details: http://www.lilrc.org/forms/FormAtomicTraining.pdf.

Please note that this workshop is limited to 24 particpants.

Click here for a registration form that you can print out and mail/fax to us.

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