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Frequently Asked Questions - Hoonuit (formerly Atomic Learning)

Hoonuit provides a collection of products containing workshops, training tutorials, and assessment tools to support instruction. These are integrated with Blackboard so that instructors may link presentations on topics such as incorporating quotations in essays and citing sources. Tutorials cover over 250 software applications including MS Office and Blackboard.

Login to Blackboard and click on the "My Bb Help" tab, this will open the Help page and another menu will appear as shown below. 
Click the Hoonuit tab as shown below.

Click on the Hoonuit icon for automatic login to access and search the video tutorials.

If you have tried to access Hoonuit and receive an error message, please fill out the "Submit a Question" form below or contact the IT Service Desk.

This short video will show you how to search the Hoonuit Library.

Note: You must be logged in to Blackboard to access Hoonuit videos.


You can get technical help for Hoonuit from the Home Page Help link.

Next to your name in the upper right hand corner, click the arrow to show the menu.  Click on Help.

Alternately, you may go directly to their Help page by clicking here.

You can find tutorials at the Hoonuit website. You will need to login to Blackboard first.

From the Hoonuit website:

Hoonuit considers accessibility a very important aspect of maintaining our solutions. We take our commitment to accessibility seriously, and are constantly striving to further enhance the usability of our site and resources.

Not only do we provide closed captioning on our videos, the Hoonuit website is routinely audited by a 3rd party accessibility service, and is compliant with Section 508 and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) in accordance with our Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) and WCAG Support Statement.

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Beyond compliance, we also offer online training materials focus on helping schools, colleges and universities ensure the accessibility of their instructional materials through training on assisted devices such as Dragon Naturally Speaking or JAWS, as well as accessibility features of Windows, Microsoft Office applications, and others.