Atomic Learning is a Finalist for 2014 IMS Global Learning Impact Award

With the development of their LTI tool, Atomic Learning has been deemed a finalist for the Learning Impact Award.

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Atomic Learning is a Finalist for 2014 IMS Global Learning Impact Award

Atomic Learning offers instructors--via the integration--a unique way to provide additional resources for students that would otherwise fall on additional hours of instruction; therefore, providing a cost saving solution.

Little Falls, MN (PRWEB) March 11, 2014

Atomic Learning was recently nominated and deemed a finalist for the 2014 IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS GLC) Learning Impact Award. Their award nomination was made by Polk State College, and brought on by the development of their LTI tool that is IMS Global certified. This new tool enables customers to seamlessly search the Atomic Learning training library from within their LTI-compliant learning management system, and embed links to videos within their courses. This allows faculty, staff, and students to have direct access to the content they need in the systems they already use every day.

“Atomic Learning offers instructors--via the integration--a unique way to provide additional resources for students that would otherwise fall on additional hours of instruction; therefore, providing a cost saving solution. Our LTI integration in our LMS (Desire2Learn) to Atomic Learning affords the student and instructor more efficiency in viewing the assigned content. The integration is seamless and improves the overall experience at our institution,” said Nathan Neuman, Instructional Technologist, Polk State College.

Atomic Learning understands how important integration capabilities are for universities, and improving their integration tools have been a key initiative because of that. They started with establishing LDAP and remote authentication with single sign-on, then moved on to developing a Blackboard Building Block. Today, having the ability to provide their customers with a variety of integration options along with their newly developed LTI tool has significantly helped insure customer integration success within a multitude of Learning Management Systems.

The Learning Impact Award will be presented to the winner in May of 2014. To learn more about Atomic Learning’s integration options, request more information at http://www.atomiclearning.com/more.

About IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS GLC):
IMS Global Learning is a nonprofit member organization that strives to enable the growth and impact of learning technology in higher education, K-12, and corporate education worldwide. IMS GLC members are leading corporations, higher education institutions, school districts and government organizations worldwide that are enabling the future of education by collaborating on interoperability standards and major adoption projects for the digital support of education and learning. IMS GLC also sponsors Learning Impact: a global awards program and conference that recognizes the impact of innovative technology on educational access, affordability, and quality. For more information, visit http://www.imsglobal.org.

About Atomic Learning:
An integral part of your faculty development program, a valuable help desk resource and a vital tool for course technology integration, Atomic Learning’s online training resources assure you can keep individuals both on and off campus up-to-date on current technology. Atomic Learning provides over 16 million individuals in more than 45 countries worldwide with just-in-time technology training tools and resources for effective technology integration. Learn more at http://www.AtomicLearning.com/highed.

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