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Atomic Learning at UMass Amherst

Atomic Learning provides short, easy-to-use Web-based tutorials on more than 200 common software and operating systems, including Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, Moodle, Mac OS X, Twitter, and Windows, just to name a few. Atomic Learning is free to members of the campus community and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Each Atomic Learning tutorial consists of a series of manageable tasks explained in short one-to three-minute units. View an Atomic Learning tutorial when you have a quick question about a program you’re using or to master an entire application. Benefits of Atomic Learning include:

  • Tutorials on more than 200 software applications and operating systems
  • Workshops on topics such as blogging, podcasting, newsletter design, presentation, and more
  • Closed captioning on thousands of tutorials
  • Self-assessment tools

Access Atomic Learning

Go to Atomic Learning and log in using your IT Account NetID and password.

Atomic Learning is licensed by IT and the UMass Amherst Provost's Office.