Atomic Learning covers a wide variety of topics and can be accessed from https://atomic.alaska.edu. Once signed in using your UA username and password, you can instantly browse for the subject you want. Videos are offered in a wide variety of subjects and in some cases, there are downloadable workbooks or projects that faculty can distribute to students to work through the subject matter as its being taught through the lessons.
The UAF Library offers access to the complete library of tutorials at Lynda.com, a service that offers approximately 40,000 tutorial videos that are really geared towards computer software that faculty are free to use in the classroom as well. If you’d like to know more about Lynda, you can access it from the UAF Library website (http://library.uaf.edu/), click on the Databases by Title link under Find Articles, click on L, and find Lynda.com in the list, and it will take you right in to the service.