Atomic Learning is a set of video tutorials that show students, faculty, or staff how to navigate through hundreds of software applications and specific software tasks. The Atomic Learning video tutorial collection is a service provided by USF and includes over 44,000 tutorials. Access to these tutorials is available with a NetID.
There are three ways to access the Atomic Learning database.
- First, from the library homepage, go to the services drop down menu and choose more choices. Once the page loads, click on the Academic Success Center (ASC) link under Other Library Services. On the left of the page, there is a link to Online Tutoring. Click it and scroll down until you find the Atomic Learning section. The direct link to that page is: http://lib.usf.edu/tutoring/online-tutoring/.
- Second, from the home page of MyUSF, click the tab for LEARNING TOOLS and select "software tutorials"
- Third, this link should take you directly to Atomic Learning (you may have to log in first with your USF NetID).
Atomic Learning videos can be presented through Canvas. Click here for a brief video explaining the process.