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Atomic Learning

Atomic Learning is an online tool to support students, faculty, and staff by simplifying technology, instruction, and learning through short video tutorials.

Who can access Atomic Learning?

The UB School of Social Work has partnered with Atomic Learning to provide our current students, faculty and staff with access to their tutorial resources.

How do I access Atomic Learning?

The quickest way to get to the login page is simply adding the word “atomic” at the end of our school’s website URL, in other words: Once you go to that URL you will be asked to authenticate by using your UBITName and password combination.

Where can I get help in learning how to navigate Atomic Learning?

Once at Atomic Learning, click on the “Getting Started Guide” in the footer of their home page to learn how to navigate their site.

When can I use Atomic Learning?

Once you have obtained your UBITName and password combination, you can start to use the tool 24/7.

What are some examples of tutorials that might help students?

There are over 60,000 step-by-step tutorials on common software such as Microsoft® Office, Google® Drive, and Blackboard®, and workshops on emerging topics such as plagiarism and online courses.

Here is a list of some of their courses: