Campus-Wide Atomic Learning License at NCCC – Learn More…

NCCC now as a full campus-wide site license for Atomic Learning – Join us for an Atomic Learning Overview

Wednesday October 21, 1:30pm – 2:30 pm in FRCAE or  register to watch it online Presenter – Leah Klocker, Atomic Learning

The office of Electronic Learning is pleased to announce that we now have a full campus-wide license for Atomic Learning.   Since Atomic Learning has resources to support  the entire campus,  I would like to offer you an opportunity to learn more about Atomic Learning by registering and remotely attending the webinar. Leah Klocker from Atomic Learning will be providing the training.

Leah will provide a site overview of the resources available, and provide information on how to insert content into Blackboard.  The online training library has over 60,000 short, video training tutorials on over 250 of the most commonly-used technology devices and software applications and is available to you and your students 24/7.  There are also workshops and tutorials on plagiarism, citation, how to be a successful college student, how to be a successful online learner,  ADA, career success, campus safety, and more.

This resource can also help you eliminate the cost of some expensive computer technology text books.   There are full workshops with assessment attached that can be integrated into Blackboard and results added directly to your grade book.  I hope you can register and listen in to learn more about this new campus-wide resource.

Here is a link that maps out an overview of the campus-wide learning solution.   This short video will provide you an overview of Atomic Learning for Higher Ed. You can access Atomic Learning now by going to the link from the institution page in Blackboard. Once logged into Blackboard, no further authentication is needed.

Note:  the eLearning department will be scheduling workshops and opportunities for consultations so you can make the best use of this resource.  This session is designed to provide an overview of Atomic Learning.

About NCCC Online Learning

I have been helping faculty develop quality courses for delivery online for over 25 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 25 years.
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