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Tech Tip: Learn how to use software with self-paced, step-by-step video tutorials

Posted on Mar 1, 2010
Tech Tip – Learn how to use software with self-paced, step-by-step video tutorials
If you need assistance with a particular computer program you should look to Atomic Learning.  Atomic Learning is UW-Superior's online training resource that helps guide you through common issues in a multitude of Software Applications. This is done through a library of thousands of short, easy-to-understand tutorial movies and "how do I apply that" training. Atomic Learning makes it easy to learn new technology and encourage technology integration in the classroom. It can be used in your office, in a computer lab, in the classroom, or even at home. Any current Faculty, Staff, or Enrolled Student has access to all that Atomic Learning has to offer.  Atomic Learning is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your use.

Some resources you will find in Atomic Learning are:

  • Find an Answer: This will let you search by keyword (i.e. Word 2007 mail merge) and will get you a quick list of video tutorials.
  • Browse Available Training: Will allow you to pick a specific application (i.e. Microsoft Excel 2007). You can then see an entire range of tutorials from basic skills to advanced functions.
  • My Training: Allows you to access your favorite trainings, assignments, assessments, and recommended training.

Go to Atomic Learning and log in on the left using your university credentials.

  • User ID - Your campus user name i.e. jdoe123
  • Password - Your campus password
  • Select your role - Faculty, Staff or Student
  • Click the Sign In button.

Please contact the Helpdesk if you have any questions concerning logging in or using Atomic Learning.

News Contact: Wayne Gilroy | 715-394-8068 | wgilroy{atuws}
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