Atomic Learning Now a Blackboard Signature Partner

Atomic Learning, award-winning provider of online training, has joined the Blackboard Partnerships™ program as a Blackboard Signature Partner™.
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Atomic Learning, award-winning provider of online training, has joined the Blackboard Partnerships™ program as a Blackboard Signature Partner™.

A trusted training solutions provider, Atomic Learning provides online resources to help colleges and universities with technology training and support. Short and concise “how to” tutorials on popular software applications and learning management systems, as well as workshops on educational technology concepts help faculty, staff and students learn how to efficiently integrate and effectively utilize technology.

Through this partnership, customers of Atomic Learning will have access to online video training for instructors and students, including:

Blackboard Learn 9.1 Instructor Video Tutorial Training
Blackboard Learn 9.1 Instructor - Advanced Video Tutorial Training
Blackboard Learn 9.1 Instructor - Grade Center Video Tutorial Training
Blackboard Learn 9.1 Student Video Tutorial Training

Training on previous versions of the Blackboard Learn™ platform is also available.

In addition, Atomic Learning’s single sign on options and direct linking capabilities provide seamless integration with Blackboard Learn.

“The education industry faces the significant challenge of providing technical training for a wide-audience of educators, learners and administrators. By making that instruction accessible and easy-to-use, educational institutions can focus on teaching and learning actual course material,” said Ted Hopper, VP of Business Development at Blackboard. “Additionally, better training improves the user experience and increases the use of technology in education. ”

As a member of the Blackboard Partnerships™ program, Atomic Learning is also part of the Blackboard Developers Network™, an innovative community of technical experts with a passion for using technology to enhance teaching and learning. Within the Network, developers from schools, colleges, universities, associations, government organizations and companies are developing software and applications— Blackboard Building Blocks™—that extend and enhance the Blackboard learning environment.



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Atomic Learning App Now Available Free in iTunes

Educators now have one-touch access to training and resources to meet district challenges and learning objectives with the Atomic Learning App – available for free download in the Apple iTunes store. Users can search for training by a key phrase or browse by topic, application or category (projects, workshops, tutorials or custom training). Also available in the Atomic Learning App is a library of current professional development topics with the ability to activate push notifications to notify users of updates on featured and new resources. With the rapid growth of mobile initiatives, Atomic Learning recognized the need for easy-to-access, high-quality digital training resources,” said Dan Meyer, CEO at Atomic Learning. “The app fulfills this need—for teachers and students alike. ” The Atomic Learning App not only provides mobile access to the Atomic Learning solutions, but also gives users the ability to download training videos to the app for access when wifi or cellular data service is not available. Users can also access their favorites and assignments by logging into their account from the Atomic Learning App. A share feature allows users to share training videos with colleagues and earned certificates of completion through email, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook with ease.  The Atomic Learning App provides access to Atomic Integrate, Atomic Assist and Atomic Mobilize resources (based on subscription).  To download the Atomic Learning App, visit: An overview video of the Atomic Learning App gives a thorough tour of the app’s functionality:

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District of Columbia School Partners with Atomic Learning to Further Enhance Unique Blended School Model

Kramer Middle School in Washington, D.C. continues its focus on improving instruction and investing in technology by partnering with ed tech training leader Atomic Learning. In 2011–12, a blended school model was introduced, which combines a rich, personalized online program with face-to-face time with teachers. The school is now adding the Atomic Learning  solution to supplement the blended model. “Test scores are rising, attendance is improving, and students are engaged in learning,” Principal Simmons said. “The Atomic Learning solution will continue this trend and engage staff and students alike. ”

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“Friends of Atomic Learning” Program Expands Breadth of Training Available

Atomic Learning—in a continued effort to help learners connect the dots between learning and life through their online training platform—recently started a partner program to expand the breadth of content available, and add a variety of teaching methodologies. The first three companies to become “Friends of Atomic Learning” and have training added include Bigger Brains, Cartoon Smart, and Ten Ton Online.

Skills Assessments Added to Atomic Learning Technology Training

Atomic Learning launches its new skills assessment feature for its technology training resources. The interactive assessments provide users with a means to gauge their progress mastering the skills taught through the company’s library of tutorials. The assessment questions align with the training Atomic Learning provides, making it easy to show retained competencies while identifying needed areas for improvement.

Atomic Mobilize From Atomic Learning Wins Tech & Learning Award of Excellence

Atomic Learning has earned an Award of Excellence from Tech & Learning magazine. The company’s Atomic Mobilize product, a professional development solution that helps educators realize the full potential of mobile devices in the classroom, was selected as a winner in the “New Product” category by a panel of more than 30 educators, who tested more than 150 entries. Atomic Mobilize includes professional development and planning tools, as well as stories, examples and resources from fellow educators that illustrate how mobile devices can transform education and create highly personalized learning experiences for students.

Atomic Learning Showcases New LTI Tool at EDUCAUSE

Atomic Learning is showcasing its new Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) feature at EDUCAUSE in Anaheim, Calif. The LTI Tool allows professors to embed the Atomic Learning search library within their learning management systems (LMS) and easily integrate videos into courses. In addition, the company will discuss its latest higher education case study, which addresses how a professor Fresno Pacific University in California used Atomic Learning’s video tutorials to flip his classroom.