We’ve been a bit quiet on this blog lately, but only because we’ve been working away on getting TechAtlas version 2.3 ready for rollout in mid-November!
We’re excited about some of the new features that we’re going to be introducing in TechAtlas 2.3, and at this point we are looking for a handful of beta testers to help us evaluate the new features and spot any implementation issues that we might have missed.
If you are a TechAtlas user, and will have one hour to spare in the next two weeks, we’d love to give you a sneak preview of the new software, and solicit your feedback on specific implementation and usability issues.
These beta test sessions can be conducted remotely over the Internet, and require only that you have access to a computer with an Internet connection and a web browser, as well as access to a phone (to dial a toll-free number).
If you’re interested in participating, please contact Jeff Hall at WebJunction. And thanks for your continuing feedback and suggestions on how we can improve TechAtlas!