Atomic Learning is an online technology training and professional development tool for students, faculty, and staff. Founded in 2000 by a group of technology educators, Atomic Learning serves over 16 million individuals in more than 45 countries worldwide Online and on-demand, Atomic Learning’s award-winning resources for technology integration and support, student training, and 21st century professional development create flexible training opportunities that make it easy for learners of all ages to embrace technology.
Fort Hays State University has partnered with Atomic Learning to provide learning opportunities that make it easy for learners of all ages to embrace technology and develop critical skills for success at school, at work, and in life. Link here to get a sense of the breadth of resources available through Atomic Learning.
Research shows 3 out of 4 students feel their institution is not using the technology it has effectively(ECAR study). Students’ style of learning is different today especially in regard to technology. Instructors not only need to understand how to use technology in their teaching, they need to understand how to help students use technology to help guide their own learning.
FHSU is dedicated to bringing technology training to all learners on campus through this partnership. With Atomic Learning, schools can provide instructors, staff, and students 24/7 access to technology training resources. Featuring a guided, step-by-step path through online workshops on topics from APA and MLA to blogging and online discussions, Atomic Learning provides valuable educational resources as well as just-in-time training and support on over 215 applications. Atomic Learning’s online resources simplify campus technology training and support.
Beginning Dec. 1, 2015, FHSU will be adding the skillls assessment component for Atomic Learning. Atomic Learning offers online skill-based assessments on computer literacy and popular software applications to help gauge the knowledge and skills of both instructors and students.