Our campus has partnered with Atomic Learning to provide access to a time-saving resource to address software training and support the moment it is needed. All faculty, staff and lecturers (not students) now have access to over 50,000 how-to tutorials on over 205 applications—all at your fingertips 24 hours a day from campus or home. Whether you already have a solid understanding of the technology available to you or are beginning to learn, Atomic Learning’s tutorials make certain the answers to your "How do I do that?" questions are just a click away.
Need some inspiration to get started? Watch the AL Rap on You Tube.
- Training on common software such as Word, PowerPoint®, Excel®, Adobe® Creative Suite, Skype™, SPSS®, twitter™, and Google™ Docs to help you learn how to use various software that you use or want to use in your class.
- Technology workshops like "How to be an Effective Online Student" and "APA and MLA Research Paper Basics" to gain insight on various topics to help your students.
Related Workshop Events
There are no related workshop events for Spring 2012. Please help yourself to the Self-Paced Learning and Resources.
Getting Started Guide and Tutorial
If you need help, log into Atomic Learning (with your UH email including the @hawaii.edu and temporary password that was emailed to you), then on the left hand side of your screen (as shown below), you will see a "Guide to Getting Started with Atomic Learning" and a "Tutorial on How to use Atomic Learning".
Change Temporary Password
If this is your first time logging into Atomic Learning, it's advisable that you change your password. Go to http://www.atomiclearning.com, click on "My Profile & Settings" at the top-right corner, and update your password there.