Colleagues in Boise State University's Office of Academic Technologies are pleased to announce that our campus license of "Atomic Learning" is now available for all members of our community (faculty, staff, students, and alumni!)
To access the more than 55,000 videos that teach everything from Access to XML, simply log in to my.boisestate.edu with your BroncoID and password. In the left menu, expand "Student Resources" and you will find the "Atomic Learning" link there.
If you want to access Atomic Learning through the iPad app, you'll need to set up a separate password (but this will not impact your login through my.boisestate.edu, where you'll continue to use your regular access). Atomic Learning videos will play through iOS browsers if you choose not to use the app.
Here's a screen shot from the student view:
It's too bad they did not make this service available for faculty. Perhaps we should bring this to AT's attention.
Hi Barbara, We purchased a license for the entire BSU community, including students, faculty, staff, even alumni! Anyone with a BSU email address can access the service. It is available under the "resources" area of my.boisestate.edu.
Aren't BSU email addresses taken away after you graduate and become alumni?
It's my understanding that they are no longer deleted. That's a good thing.
WOOHOO! Thanks, Leif. You are always on top of things.
Before you use the Atomic Learning videos, please check to make sure that the video has the current interface ("look"). When looking at the video on how to add Google+ for my students, the look of the interface was not the current view with the correct options.
Hi Kris, Good suggestion. Atomic Learning tries to keep their content current, but as I'm sure you know, that can be a challenge with the rapid pace of change. I submitted a request to revise the Google + content. They welcome these suggestions. One way to request new content or let them know that something needs updating is through the Help form.
This is GREAT!