Tip of the Week: Oct 24, 2011- Atomic Learning

TIP of the WEEK:

Oct. 24, 2011
Atomic Learning is an excellent resource that is free for NCCC Faculty and Students. Atomic Learning is a site that promotes the practical application of technology in education.

Atomic Learning can be used by faculty for providing links to tutorials for students on a wide array of software and technologies, or for their own professional development

You can access Atomic Learning from within a course (resources tab) or from within the Faculty resources tab in the ANGEL faculty user group.

Faculty and students need to be logged into ANGEL to access the resources. NCCC purchased a license for only elearning faculty and students. We do not have a campus wide license at this time. If you are not an e-learning faculty member, though, you can still log-in through the Faculty resources tab in the ANGEL faculty user group

Atomic Learning houses hundreds of tutorials relating to computer software and technology. Here you have a vast resource of how-to videos at your fingertips.

Check out the following video for more information on accessing and using Atomic Learning through ANGEL.

About ncccelearning

I have been helping faculty Teach Well Online for 12 years. My online teaching experience includes both online at the undergraduate and graduate level and have created and delivered numerous workshops focusing on the pedagogy of teaching online and strategies to support student success. I hold an M.S. ED in Educational Computing and have proudly worked at SUNY-Niagara County Community College for the last 12 years.
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