The High Tech Center Training Unit is providing a free account for each California Community College (CCC) campus to utilize the Assistive Technology tutorials at AtomicLearning.com, as part of a special trial program. This page is the starting point for information about this project.
The Assistive Technology (AT) collection of the AtomicLearning.com site is of interest as a potential training resource for the California Community College system. Considering the growing demand for web-based, anytime-anywhere learning objects, there is much more to consider than simply using this resource as a passive consumer.
This project is intended to help answer some basic questions about the AtomicLearning.com tutorials as well as the potential future relationship with AtomicLearning.com, as a provider of training resources and as a potential collaborative partner.
Here are the basic purposes and goals of this project:
Under this trial agreement, each campus is to be given one login account. This account can be used to access the Assistive Technology collection of AtomicLearning.com for staff and faculty training, group student instruction, classroom demonstration, and supervised student use.
Each DSPS staff/faculty person can use the training videos for personal training and education, or as classroom instructional materials for collective demonstration and training. It is acceptable use to allow other faculty and staff to use the login information, but it should not be circulated freely among students.
There must be one central point of contact with each campus to maintain communications and account authorization. As the default, each campus DSPS Director will be the designated contact person. If the Director wishes another staff or faculty member to be the primary point of contact, they must notify Jayme Johnson at the High Tech Center Training Unit.
It is expected that users will also participate in follow-up surveys and assesments of the AtomicLearning.com service, and provide any other relevant feedback that may be of interest or use.
As part of this agreement all participants must agree to the following official terms and conditions of use (will open as new tab or window).
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Complete instructions for navigating and using the AtomicLearning.com web site can be downloaded as a PDF file: GettingStartedGuide_highed_AT 2012.pdf (601 KB).
In order to obtain a login account, please contact Jayme Johnson at the High Tech Center Training Unit..
Once you have an account, you can login at http://www.atomiclearning.com.
Instructions and answers to common questions can also be found on the AtomicLearning.com web site at: http://movies.atomiclearning.com/highed/support.
If you require additional assistance, you can always contact AtomicLearning.com via telephone during business hours (east coast, 9:00 to 5:00) at 866 259-6890, extension 8.
Online and email support is available 24/7 at: http://movies.atomiclearning.com/highed/support.
Of course, you can also contact Jayme Johnson at the High Tech Center Training Unit for general support and answers to most questions.
You are encouraged to make use of the following contact information for help with site navigation and technical issues. If you have any questions regarding user accounts please contact Jayme Johnson.
Telephone Support (9:00 - 5:00 EST): 866 259-6890, extension 8
Online Help Request Form: http://movies.atomiclearning.com/highed/request-help-online
Email Support: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jayme Johnson, Web Accessibility Instructor, High Tech Center Training Unit
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