The capability to be able to drag and drop the sort order of items under Custom Training. The up/down arrows take awhile when rearranging order when there are a lot of items.
If you're interested in training on Java, please vote this up and leave a comment about what you'd like to see in a Java training series.
If you're interested in training on C++, please vote this up and leave a comment about what you'd like to see in a C++ training series.
Many Institutions, Databases, and Resources are planning to move to and use the latest edition of MLA (8th). It would be great to have an update to that series before the start of the fall semester.
A customer has requested that we have training on basic keyboarding skills. They have a lot of users that are coming in that are lacking the basic typing skills and would like to see us provide some of that training.
AutoCAD 2015 will be started to be used on campuses here over the summer and training would be great for this transition.
A Customer would like the ability to attach assigned training to like an outlook calendar or google calendar. They like the email notifications, but would also like to see a meeting invite or task sent to the user for their calendar.
When a series or video is assigned in the LMS it would be nice if that series or video would appear in the Assigned Training. Therefore a student would be able to log into AL and complete all training for all courses in one place.
Customer requested further training on SQL. Two specifically they mention is MS SQL and MySQL. I asked if they were possible experts in this subject, but they are not.
This has come up in a couple of conversations. With Atomic Learning being a full campus wide resource, some content regarding Critical Thinking Skills from a Leadership or Managerial position would be awesome! Asking Essential Questions is a great series that covers part of the Critical Thinking topic and there are other series that also help with pieces, but a single series on Critical Thinking would be great!
A request came in as a follow up to our Digital Video in the Classroom series. They would like a follow up series to be How Faculty (and/or students) should conduct themselves in video - Best Practices. From in a classroom setting to being on video, there is a big difference and it may help those struggling to engage with their students.