|[1:00 PM] Online Resource For Mac Training Launched
The Association of Macintosh Trainers (AMT) has set up shop on the web for people to visit. The AMT site contains links to all sorts of valuable Macintosh related information, from software updates to training ideas to where to get various Mac related materials. The site also contains a newsletter, and links to members of the AMT by geographical region. If you are having Mac trouble, and need a real person to help, this looks to be a great place to start. According to AMT:
The Association of Macintosh Trainers (AMT) is an international network of Macintosh computer professionals that provide computer support and assistance to anyone in need.
The Association of Macintosh Trainers (AMT) was first established in 1991. It was formerly known as the National Association of Macintosh Trainers (NAMT). The name was changed because soon after its inception, the association began acquiring members from other countries, in particular Canada as well as the US We had been inactive for several years but with the advent of the Internet we are now back, as of August 1997, and stronger than ever. AMT is now truly an international network of Apple Macintosh trainers, instructors, educators and consultants.
You can find more information, including links to members and resources, at the Association of Macintosh Trainers web site.
The Mac Observer Spin: It's good to see a resource like this come to the web. Compared to the Wintel world, there are precious few resources for Mac training available.
Association of Macintosh Trainers