Atomic Learning is now Hoonuit!

Hoonuit logoYou have eLearning resources at your finger tips with Hoonuit–formerly known as Atomic Learning. If you had the opportunity to use Atomic Learning before, you know that this online tool provides you with on-demand personalized learning. Hoonuit (pronounced “who knew it”) has evolved beyond software training and now features software and technology training, student resources, instructional strategies, leadership resources, and online teaching/blended learning resources.

What kinds of resources does Hoonuit offer?

Hoonuit features a robust library of eLearning content for faculty, students, and staff including:

Software and Technology Training:

  • Microsoft Office Products
  • Collaborating and Sharing Using Office 365
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Google
  • And more!

Student Resources:

  • Preparing for a College Workload
  • Becoming a Good Note Taker
  • Strategies for Working in a Group
  • Avoiding Plagiarism
  • Successful Time Management
  • Networking and Internships
  • And more!

Instructional Strategies:

  • Questioning Strategies
  • Assessment of Learning
  • Writing Effective Learning Outcomes
  • Digital Video in Class
  • Universal Design
  • And more!

Leadership Resources:

  • FERPA
  • Successful Time Management
  • How Do I Grow My PLN?
  • Leadership Styles
  • And more!

Online Teaching/Blended Learning:

  • Creating Engaging Lessons Online
  • Succeeding in an Online Class
  • Being an Effective Online Student
  • Effective Online Discussions
  • And more!

A l list of some of the available resources may be found here: Hoonuit Higher Education Resource List.

Sounds great! How do I access Hoonuit?

Simply go to http://atomiclearning.com/login/lesley and log in with your myLesley username and password. You may also click on the Hoonuit module on your myLesley Home tab.

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Atomic Learning’s Summer Session 2017

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Keep learning all summer long with Atomic Learning’s FREE summer session – professional development sent right to your inbox! Sign up now to receive a weekly email with tips and professional development topics including assessment & evaluation, online learning, instructional strategies, and more.

The 2017 Summer Session begins on Tuesday, June 14th and will continue for 8 weeks.

See 2017 Summer Session to find out more and register.

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What to Look Forward to in Blackboard for Fall 2014

On August 26, 2014, myLesley will be upgraded to the latest version of Blackboard (Blackboard Learn 9.1 April 2014). This scheduled myLesley upgrade will resolve known issues and include several new features and enhancements that are especially useful for faculty. They include:

Student Preview – Quickly View Your Course as a Student
Toggling the new Student Preview button provides instructors with the capability to see and experience their myLesley courses exactly as their class does. While in Student Preview mode, instructors can perform the following student activities: submit assignments, take tests, create blog posts, create journal and wiki entries and view traditional student only tools, such as My Grades. For more information, review the Details or watch the Overview Video below.

SafeAssign
SafeAssign, the tool that reviews assignment submissions for plagiarism, is now integrated as an option right in the Assignments tool and also includes a suite of new reporting features. For more information, review these Details.

Atomic Learning
Atomic Learning is a free service available to all Lesley students and faculty. Atomic Learning features hundreds of self-paced video tutorials on popular software tools and online resources. You can now add these tutorials directly to your myLesley course for students to review without needing to login to a different site. See our Atomic Learning tutorial for more information.

Achievements Tool
The Achievements tool allows instructors to define criteria for issuing rewards to students in the form of both Badges and Certificates. Students can see which rewards they’ve earned and what’s required of them to receive additional rewards, providing insight into learning progression toward defined competencies. For more information, review the Details or watch the Overview Video below.

Anonymous Grading
Instructors can hide student names from submitted assignments for anonymous grading. Review the Details for more information.

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