W&L students, faculty and staff now have access to Atomic Learning, an online tool providing training, support, and course technology integration. Atomic Learning simplifies software technology with both instant answers on “how to” questions and step-by-step training workshops. Visit http://go.wlu.edu/learn and use your W&L network credentials to log in.
You will find nearly 50,000 step-by-step tutorials on common software such as Adobe CS 6, iMovie and the Microsoft Office suite as well as workshops on topics such as online courses and plagiarism. This service is available to students and faculty 24/7 from campus or home and provides opportunities that make it easy for learners of all ages to embrace technology and develop critical skills for success at school, at work, and in life.
Atomic Learning will take the place of W&L’s subscription to Lynda online tutorials, which expires in May 2013. Another online resource for learning technology at W&L is Safari Books Online, offering thousands of titles via the Web.
For more information about Atomic Learning and other resources for learning technology, contact the ITS Information Desk in the Leyburn Library at 540-458-4357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.