Do you ever wonder about your students and how they are utilizing mobile technology? This infograhic posted on Nancy Rubin's website does a great job of highlighting how college students are using technology. Is your campus prepared to meet the technology training needs of this tech-savvy group? Atomic Learning can help, just ask us how.
Our content library is comprised of more that 65,000 videos. If you are wondering where to start, we can help! I have started reviewing our internal data and found some of our most frequently viewed training. This installment focuses on our most commonly viewed digital content on mobile learning. What is it?
In this online training series on SMART Board Notebook 11, you'll learn to work with objects, files and media. This training will share tips on how to create shapes, lines and arcs using the Shape Recognition tool, and work with those shapes in a variety of inventive ways. Not an Atomic Learning subscriber? Learn more.
Guest Blog Post by Richard L. Gibson, Ph.D. at Friends University
In the age of Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) university instructors of various disciplines often find that troubleshooting hardware and software problems take more time and knowledge of various technologies than the actual teaching of course content. While the aim is to integrate technology seamlessly, that is difficult at best, and sometimes students miss the point entirely while struggling to learn new software or to adapt mobile technology to classroom technology.
Online learning is a given in today’s higher education institutions, but how do colleges integrate a wide variety of valuable tools to streamline access and create flexible learning opportunities for students and faculty alike?
“Atomic Learning assists instructors-via the integration-in a unique way to provide additional resources for students that would otherwise fall on additional instructor hours of instruction; therefore, providing a cost saving solution,” says Nathan Neuman, Instructional Technologist at Polk State College.
Atomic Learning not only offers skills assessments on Computer Literacy, Microsoft® Excel and Word 2010 applications, but they are continually expanding their library to include a variety of topics. Just last week, Outlook® and Word 2013, as well as Office 365® were added to the list of series that have skills assessments avaliable. Our development doesn’t stop there, many other skills assessments are in the works and will follow in the weeks to come.
With the use of these skills assessments, your campus can help gauge the knowledge and skills of both instructors and students. View the full list of skills assessments that we have aligned to our training, as well as a list of upcoming skills assessments.