Core Services: Workshops and LunchBytes

CIT offers a variety of technology learning opportunities, including faculty development workshops, general technology workshops, LunchBytes, and an online technology learning library called Atomic Learning. 

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. Atomic Learning can be accessed through KnightVision, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week (24/7).

To access Atomic Learning:
Log into KnightVision > click on the T&L tab > click on the Access Atomic Learning icon.

Faculty Workshops are designed by CIT’s Teaching & Learning team to teach faculty and instructors how to use available educational technologies as well as discuss the academic and pedagogical issues involved with effective implementation. These workshops may include a combination of discussion, collaboration, and “hands-on” training, and are typically 2 - 2 1/2 hours in length. Pre-registration is required.

Technology Workshops are designed to teach participants how to use the most commonly utilized software here on campus, including MS Office, GroupWise and Dreamweaver. These workshops are “hands-on,” and scheduled periodically throughout the year, with most of the workshops being offered at least once during the summer months. Technology workshops are typically 2 - 2 1/2 hours in length.
Pre-registration is required.

LunchBytes are offered during the lunch hour and are designed to quickly present software other educational technologies. LunchBytes usually include a demonstration, but may also include some discussion and/or collaboration depending upon the topic. They are designed to be casual, and we welcome the sharing of ideas. Attendees are invited to bring their lunch—whether a brown bag or something from one of the dining areas on campus—and view the presentation while enjoying their lunch. LunchBytes are typically 50 minutes in length.