Atomic Learning Is Now Hoonuit

We are excited to share that Atomic Learning is now going to be called Hoonuit!

Atomic Learning was founded for educators, by educators. As we have evolved, our successful foundation of providing colleges and universities with robust eLearning technical and technology training has increased to also offer a full collection of online professional learning, including:

  • Student Success and Support
  • Instructional Strategies
  • Online Teaching and Blended Learning
  • Leadership and Compliance Training

Add to this our comprehensive integration into your Learning Management System, and it’s easy to see why over 800 educational institutions, 400,000 educators, and 10,000,000 students have already taken advantage of the most extensive online professional learning library for education in the industry.

Atomic Learning now also has a sister organization, Versifit Technologies, that began in the industry as a custom software data management and analytics organization.  

As we bring those organizations together and continue to focus on solutions that truly focus on the needs in education, we felt our name no longer represented us, and it was time for a change. Hoonuit, pronounced “Who Knew it!”, represents our renewed commitment to all our customers and partners, and an infinite loop of knowledge and insight.

“We’re on a mission to help educators experience more “aha!” moments,” Paul Hesser, CEO at Hoonuit said. “Our solutions enable educators and administrators to assess and predict school and student needs, and for educators to take their own personal development path to tackle some of today’s most common education challenges, such as college and career readiness, student engagement and evolving instructional approaches.”

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Supporting Instructional Technology - Guest Blog Post

We value our customers and appreciate the knowledge they provide and feedback they share, so we decided to ask for their stories to share in our new blog series "Voice of the Educator."

Guest blog post by Ahmed Lachheb, Instructional Technology Support Specialist at the Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning Technologies at Fort Hays State University.

In my role as an Instructional Technology Support Specialist at Fort Hays State University (FHSU), I'm faced with questions, requests for help, and technology training on a daily basis. This becomes a bit challenging when I have about 400 instructors to support and a long list of instructional technologies available--from our Blackboard Learning Management System (with all its bells and whistles) to basic computer operations about Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or Excel. Indeed, it's very rewarding for me to help my academic community dealing with the variety of tools we have at Fort Hays. The best is when a faculty member walks out of my office happy and with (almost) no fear or anxiety about how s/he going to deal with an instructional technology tool we have. Of course providing handouts and how-to-tutorials in different formats (PDF with screenshots, videos, step-by-step instructions) is always needed because let's face it: I'm only reachable during business hours and I cannot help all 400 instructors at once.