Thursday, August 24, 2017 at http://products.atomicjolt.com/webinar_apps/
Starts at 2:45 PM · Ends at 3:15 PM, MST (America/Denver)
This session is part of the Canvas Partner Days, a recurring event (every other month) to highlight our awesome Canvas Partners (plus cool contests and swag giveaways)! Click to learn more about August 24th Canvas Partner Day events.
Atomic Search is the first integrated plug-in for Canvas with comprehensive search functionality. Authors and publishers, admins and teachers, and students permissions, can now easily search their content in a user-friendly and accessible way.
Atomic Search for Canvas is the cornerstone of Atomic Jolt’s growing product suite which includes:
- improvements in module navigation (a tool designed with publishers in mind),
- easy content sharing,
- integrated embeddable assessments with write-back to the course gradebook, and
- custom development.
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- Joel Duffin, PHD
CEO and Co-Founder at Atomic JoltJoel is a veteran in the software industry who has focused for the past decade on tools for online learning. His PhD in Instructional Technology emphasized instructional design theory, instructional simulations, intelligent tutoring systems, interactive online mathematics, reuse and adaptation of online content, instructional sequencing, authoring tools, automated feedback, and recommender systems. Joel has lead, contributed, and consulted on large curriculum and software development projects involving multi-disciplinary teams. As a father of 6 children, Joel has a strong interest in helping youth prepare for careers in science, technology, mathematics, and engineering.