WebEx is a web conferencing tool that allows faculty, staff, and students to collaborate with anyone through impromptu and scheduled meetings.
Kaltura automatically optimizes files for viewing on any device and tracks usage and other analytics. Other features include captioning, quizzing, and screen casting within Moodle.
Learning On Demand is a curated repository of educational videos produced by Elon University faculty, staff, and students.
Check them out here!
Elon University now has four official wireless networks available for faculty, staff, students, and visitors.
Instructional & Campus Technologies held its 9th annual Connected@Elon event during New Student Orientation. Created to help incoming students learn about the technology available to them on campus, Connected@Elon includes trivia games, prizes, and an interactive presentation.
The campaign encourages shared responsibility in protecting computers and the nation's critical cybersecurity infrastructure.
The Maker Hub will having Hubabaloo!, our Open House and welcome event for Elon faculty, staff, and students, on Sept. 16 at 4:30 p.m. by Colonnades E .
Heather Hutchings, August recipient of Acorn Accolade, is praised for her innovation in Colleague, OnTrack, and Informer, as well as dedication to inclusiveness.
Schedule a maker orientation and introduce your class to the maker community at Elon.
The 13th annual Teaching and Learning Conference at Elon University held Aug. 18 at Koury Business Center was jointly sponsored by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and Teaching and Learning Technologies.
Stefanie Poe, campus technology support lead at Elon, is the July recipient of the Acorn Accolade award.
During this year's Summer in the Village, TLT provided children with the opportunity to play with green screen technology.
Members of the Elon family - from students to alumni to faculty - were out in the world from N.Y. to D.C. making strides during the National Week of Making.
Michael Vaughn, an instructional technologist at Elon, was one of dozens of representatives from universities and colleges who gathered in June to share practices and further expand work connecting students and communities around the country to the maker movement.