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Computer Lab & Classroom Upgrades

Over 40 classrooms were upgraded to include a computer at the instructor’s station. These new computers are a part of our Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) project.
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Free Backup Space for Students

30GB of cloud storage space through Google Drive

Read more about this free service offered to students through Elon University.

 

Campus print stations upgraded

Elon’s Instructional and Campus Technologies continually evaluates and updates our services to meet the changing and growing needs of students, faculty, and staff.

Read more about the new features and what you need to know to take advantage of them.

 



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  • Mendeley vs. iAnnotate: What works for research

    unnamedThere are two types of students: those that wonder why on earth Elon would give us forty print dollars every semester, and those that inevitably burn through that money and must resort to printing in page groups of three by mid-November. I’m definitely in the latter category—that person who has to advise the people in line behind me to seek … Continue Reading
  • FitStar: The fitness app for those on-the-go

      This article is a part of the Writing with Thumbs project- a year-long look at iPad apps and accessories that support writing. Read more about the project here. With Thanksgiving now behind us, and the holidays right around the corner, I thought that I’d take a deeper look into fitness apps this month. I feel like blogs are a place for … Continue Reading
  • 4 ways to use technology to de-stress

    4084963522_f50fc5ed37_zAs students, faculty and staff head into finals week, it is easy to be caught up in the stress of completing the semester. Since stress reduces work efficiency and productivity, it is important to remain calm and cool while finishing your work. Despite its reputation as a distraction during finals time, technology can actually help you de-stress. Jenn Grimmett, who … Continue Reading
  • Use Trello to work together

    This article is a part of the Writing with Thumbs project- a year-long look at iPad apps and accessories that support writing. Read more about the project here. Trello is an app that is set up basically like a to-do list on steroids. On the surface, it looks like a relatively simple program: it’s a to-do list in stages. You have … Continue Reading
  • Cutting into TouchSurgery

    FullSizeRenderThis article is a part of the Writing with Thumbs project- a year-long look at iPad apps and accessories that support writing. Read more about the project here  TouchSurgery is an interactive app created for Apple devices intended to teach various surgical procedures. It is available for either the iPhone or the iPad free in the App Store. Its user interface … Continue Reading

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