Hooksett, NH (PRWEB) November 15, 2013
Hooksett Public Library (Hooksett, NH), in partnership with RBdigital from Recorded Books (Prince Frederick, MD), is pleased to introduce Atomic Training, a comprehensive online database of how-to training tutorials covering popular Microsoft, Apple, Adobe and Google software programs, to your library.
Through the library’s website, patrons of Hooksett Public Library will have unlimited access to these videos in the library or at home. With in-depth software training tutorials to fit users’ needs, these videos help patrons of all ages improve job skills and become more proficient in basic computer applications. Mobile device training is also available, allowing patrons to learn how to get the most out of their smartphones and tablets.
“Atomic Training is easy to use and offers a wide selection of computer and technology training videos for people of all ability levels,” said Mathew Bose, Assistant Director & Reference Librarian.
Please see a library staff member at Hooksett Public Library for information on how to access this service or go to http://www.hooksettlibrary.org.
About Recorded Books
Recorded Books, LLC is a leading provider of library services around the world, one of the largest independent producer of unabridged audiobooks, and a distributor of other audio products. Recorded Books delivers its products as both physical media (CDs and Playaway digital players) and via OneClickdigital, a downloading service featuring eBooks and professionally narrated English- and Spanish-language audiobooks for adults, children and young adults. Through RBdigital, Recorded Books also offers a host of educational and entertainment services, including digital magazines, language-learning programs, software training, and database services. Recorded Books is a division of Haights Cross Communications. For more information, visit http://www.recordedbooks.com.
About Atomic Training:
Atomic Training provides on-demand software training and support tutorials to help businesses and organizations fulfill staff technology training and development goals. Atomic Training was established in December 2010 as a division of its parent company, Atomic Learning. Atomic Learning has provided high impact e-Learning solutions for more than ten years to 16 million users in 45 countries. For more information, visit http://www.atomictraining.com.