You’ve seen our Knowledgebase by now. Have you noticed the videos or links to videos at the bottom of nearly every article? If you haven’t noticed yet, check out this Track Changes in Word article for reference. It has five different Atomic Learning videos you can view. Some of the videos in our Knowledgebase were created by E-town’s own ITS team, but others, like the Track Changes article above, are from Atomic Learning.
What is Atomic Learning?
Atomic Learning is a place to find free information, and it is not just about technology either. They have informational videos and articles on nearly any higher education topic you can think of. The Atomic Learning website is similar to our knowledgebase with all of their amazing technology how-to videos, and you have access to all of their additional content such as studying tips, writing help, goal setting, test anxiety tips, and much more.
All you have to do is login to Atomic Learning by visiting https://www.atomiclearning.com/highed/login/etown. Use your E-town network username and password (the username and password you use to sign into JayWeb). You can access the login link from the ITS Homepage as well.
After you’ve signed in, learn how to navigate and use the site by clicking on the Tools option in the Menu and select Get Started. This will take you to a page with help videos for learning how to navigate and use Atomic Learning. We recommend starting with “Watch tutorials on using Atomic Learning” under the How To Use Atomic Learning tab. You might also want to read the Frequently Asked Questions tab as well.
Watch this short video (3:29) for some more information from Atomic Learning about their services and resources:
If you have any questions, please contact the ITS Help Desk in Nicarry 125 or call us at x3333 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.