Atomic opens up unlimited access to thousands of short videos covering more than 500 of today's most popular software applications on both PCs and Macs.
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We advise customers to open Atomic with Chrome or Firefox where possible.
Here are just some suggested websites you can try - at home or in the library.
GCFLearnFree - hundreds of tutorials on many subjects: technology, the online world, Microsoft Office programs, careers, essential skills for life.
SQA Learning Guides - free training videos to help people with some common online activities from carrying out a search to using social media, playing games, booking tickets and shopping.
Alison - the ALISON site has tutorials on Microsoft programs, touch-typing, Skype, Twitter, YouTube, website creation and more. Not just computing, there are also tutorials including personal development, health, languages and many other topics.
Home and Learn - computer courses for beginners, including Microsoft Word and Excel.
In Pictures - computer tutorials based on pictures, for Microsoft Office programs and more.
Google- try Googling, for example, type in the keywords: free Word tutorial; how to manage files in Windows 7; how to use a tablet; how to bake a chocolate cake.
YouTube - try searching YouTube for videos on your chosen topic, for example, type in: Word 2010; how do I work my tablet; how does the Internet work; how to play the recorder?