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Personalizing Online Learning with Atomic Learning’s New Learning Model

Last year Atomic Learning boldly stated its commitment to revolutionizing education, and they haven’t looked back since. Intensive research and development, constant customer feedback, and forward-facing product summits have led to the development of a new way to experience learning: The Hoonuit Online Learning Framework.  
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Little Falls, MN – July 19, 2016 - Last year Atomic Learning boldly stated its commitment to revolutionizing education, and they haven’t looked back since. Intensive research and development, constant customer feedback, and forward-facing product summits have led to the development of a new way to experience learning: The Hoonuit Online Learning Framework.

Understanding that learning is not a linear path and that each individual learns differently, the new Hoonuit Online Learning Framework works to both enhance and personalize online learning using four components:

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Learn from Best Practices

Apply Learning to Life

Connect and Get Feedback

Document Learning

Atomic Learning’s well-established experience as a trusted online learning resource has helped in the development of this new model. Director of Product Management and Marketing at Atomic Learning, Emily Lachinski, stated “The Hoonuit framework is designed to be flexible and allow learners to learn what they need, when they need it. While the framework offers structure, it also provides learners also have the option to jump from one area to another to suit their learning style.

Lachinski further explained this personalized approach, saying “For instance, a learner can jump right to a ProveIt activity if they are comfortable with the topic at hand.

All of the conceptual learning resources included in Atomic Learning’s vast digital learning library are now available in this new LearnIt. DoIt. ShareIt. ProveIt. format. Just some of the many topics covered include shifting instructional approaches, addressing student engagement and retention, and supporting effective technology integration.


In addition to their model, Atomic Learning has also significantly updated the interface of their Website to make learning more engaging and easier to use.

To further explain these enhancements, here is a short overview video.

For additional details, please contact Emily Lachinski, Director of Product Management and Marketing, at atomic@AtomicLearning.com or 866.259.6890.



About Atomic Learning
Headquartered in Little Falls, Minnesota, Atomic Learning is dedicated to education. Through online professional learning resources focused on educational best practices, we help schools, districts, colleges, and universities prepare learners of all ages with the skills they need for success in college, career, and beyond. Learn more about Atomic Learning, including career opportunities, at www.AtomicLearning.com.

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