Atomic articles

October 13, 2000

A subscription-based online software training magazine and tutorial archive have been launched. The training library is delivered via large-format QuickTime screen movies optimised for all bandwidths with sessions broken into small, easy-to-complete sessions. The developers of the Atomic Learning Library plan to add about 100 videos each month. They have included a free training series for Apple's iMovie 2 desktop movie software. Each tutorial answers a basic user question or demonstrates a software concept.

Details: www.atomiclearning.com


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