Atomic Learning is Dedicated to Education

Atomic Learning takes pride in creating tools that work for education. Worldwide, we serve over eight million educators and students in more than 12,000 institutions.

Here are stories of how Atomic Learning has assisted a few of these institutions in meeting the technology training and support needs of faculty, staff, and students.


Faculty appreciate the ability to integrate links to required and/or recommended tutorials within their Moodle courses. Faculty, staff and students can access just-in-time software tutorials 24/7. Atomic Learning is a tremendous asset to our campus. The cost is very reasonable.

Vicki Mast |Technology Integration Facilitator
Franklin College
Franklin, Indiana

Atomic Learning takes the technology lecture out of the classroom. The teacher doesn't have to teach the students how to use X Y or Z, they just provide the resource to the student. That allows the student to focus on the task, not learning the tech.

Andrew Peterson | Instructional Technologist
Ferris State University
Big Rapids, Michigan

We integrate Atomic Learning via our LMS @ Buena Vista University and love it!

Chris Anderson | Director of Academic Technology
Buena Vista University
Storm Lake, Iowa

The Atomic Learning tutorials, particularly the series of Blackboard® Learn 9.1 Grade Center tutorials, are an integral part of our online faculty training program at the San Diego Community College District. We can link to specific Blackboard® Learn 9.1 tutorials directly within training course’s learning modules to provide a quick, clear audiovisual illustration of the CMS features.

Andrea Henne, EdD | Dean of Online & Distributed Learning
San Diego Community College District
San Diego, CA

By partnering with Atomic Learning, we are able to provide access to Blackboard® tutorials and support, while extending the reach of our helpIT Center and askIT Knowledge Base.

Colleen Bishop | Director of Learning Systems
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, VA

We secured our license that first year, and I informed the faculty/staff and students of the amazingly vast number of these fabulous tutorials. The faculty were thrilled. The computer information systems department was the first to jump on board. I received countless emails from them and from their students thanking me for the tutorials. Then the math department stumbled across tutorials that their students found invaluable, and that saved the math instructors hours of time. I could tell you of department after department with similar experiences.

Barbara Klett | Instructional Technology Coordinator
Central Oregon Community College
Bend, Oregon

For me as an administrator and distance instructor, I recognize the importance of time and making time count... These tutorials provide just the right instruction, at the right time, for the right amount of time.

Leslie Smith | Dean of Technology & Distance Education
Rappahannock Community College
Warsaw, Virginia

Atomic Learning gives us the ability to provide training resource to our faculty, staff and students on a wide variety of software titles. Atomic Learning is also valuable in providing training to our students – due to resource constraints, we do not have the ability to conduct instructor-led training for our students. Instead, we direct them to Atomic Learning.

Susan McKibben | Software Training Services Manager
The University of Akron
Akron, Ohio

Atomic Learning is extremely customer-focused. I can call my contact there and if they don't answer, I know they will get back to me on the same day. I feel like they offer a "personal" touch which is lacking in so many companies I deal with.

Annual Customer Survey Respondent

I had tried other products, but had not been at all pleased, So I went and looked at Atomic Learning. Accessing the tutorials was so easy. The tutorials are clear and short, exactly the right size one needs to get the information needed to succeed!

Barbara Klett | Instructional Technology Coordinator
Central Oregon Community College
Bend, Oregon

Atomic Learning site remains a very important resource for students and staff at our school. This is so because it remains relevant, up-to-date and easy to use.

Chris Vincent | Technology Coordinator
International School of Amsterdam
Amstelveen, Netherlands