Atomic Learning (AL) is an online technology training library that provides thousands of short, video tutorials on more than one-hundred of the most commonly used software applications, including the major operating systems and browsers, the Microsoft Office Suite, Moodle, the iLife suite, the Adobe collection of programs, Web 2.0 applications, and more.
You can log into Atomic Learning using your Calvin username and passphrase.
There are three different ways to access Atomic Learning:
- Log into Moodle > click the Atomic Learning link located in the Support box at the bottom of every Moodle page.
How do I use Atomic Learning?
Atomic Learning is organized by software titles and can be searched based on software titles, keywords, or tech questions. "How to use Atomic Learning" tutorials are also available in KnightVision on the T&L tab. Atomic Learning: Getting Started Guide (pdf)
Search by keyword or tech question
Browse through available tutorials
What is My Favorites?
If you find tutorials that you would like to be able to quickly access at another time, add them to your Favorites by clicking on the star next to the desired tutorial(s). These tutorials will, then, be available in the Favorites section of My Training area.
What else do I need to know about Atomic Learning?
While CIT does support select standard software programs, we do not support all of the titles included in Atomic Learning. We are, however, making all of the titles available as additional learning resources for Calvin faculty, staff and students. View CIT's software service level descriptions
If you have any questions about Atomic Learning or would like to integrate AL resources into your Moodle course(s), please contact Krista Spahr (x6-6855).