Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA has recently partnered with Atomic Learning to provide online training in conjunction with the campus’ migration to Blackboard 9.1 software implementation next spring. Through this partnership, VCU can smoothly integrate Atomic Learning tutorials with the direct linking feature to provide campus-wide training in one convenient online location.
Colleen Bishop, Virginia Commonwealth University’s Director of Learning Systems says, “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.”
Atomic Learning will provide online software training, support and integration resources to simplify technology use campus-wide for VCU. In addition to Blackboard training, both instructors and students will be empowered with 24/7 access to training on over 205 applications and over 50 assistive technology programs relevant to campus and individual technology needs and goals.
“Atomic Learning will help VCU empower educators and students to use and apply assistive technology, enhance current teaching and learning possibilities and deliver custom VCU-created training tutorials,” Bishop said.