Atomic Learning in Action
Colleges and universities around the world have chosen Atomic Learning as their trusted training solutions provider. Select a case study below to learn how just-in-time online training is supporting campus initiatives.
Leveraging 24/7 Training to Support a Campuswide LMS Upgrade
Virginia Commonwealth University | Richmond, Virginia
In preparation to upgrade their LMS software, the Virginia Commonwealth University Technology Services team reviewed the existing campus training resources and realized the need for an online training solution to help transition not only the campus’ 16,000 faculty and staff from Blackboard® 9 to Blackboard® 9.1, but over 33,000 students as well.
Utilizing Atomic Learning to Flip the College Classroom
Fresno Pacific University | Fresno, California
At many colleges and universities, the typical classroom learning experience consists of the instructor lecturing while students take notes. However, more and more instructors are “flipping the classroom” to maximize instruction time—and engage students.
Creating One Online Resource for All: Campus Training
Creighton University | Omaha, Nebraska
In 2009, the Division of Information Technology at Creighton University was challenged to train and support over 10,000 faculty, staff and students of varying skill levels on and off campus, and using an array of application on multiple platforms—with only two trainers.
Improving Services and Integration with Just-in-Time Training
Philadelphia University | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Technology Help Desk at Philadelphia University serves more than 450 faculty and staff members and 3,500 students—with a small staff of a manager, just one analyst and several part-time student workers. Challenged to meet the support and training needs of campus technology users with limited staff and budget, Philadelphia University found success with just-in-time online training.
USF Remedies Online Training Gap
University of South Florida | Tampa, Florida
Challenged to provide training and support resources to students on and off campus, the University of South Florida created Learning Commons Online. The online student resource center is funded by student technology fees and provides students access to tutoring, writing support and technology tutorials—directly impacting student learning.
Providing Campuswide Training through Collaboration
Paul Smith’s College | Brighton, New York
Facing high training burdens with limited staff, the Registrar’s Office at Paul Smith’s College sought to extending training opportunities through online training. Challenged with a minimal budget, the Registrar collaborated with various departments to provide a training solution for the entire campus.