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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

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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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  • Online alternatives during inclement weather

    Alamance buildingWhen inclement weather makes it difficult to get to campus, consider using online alternatives to engage students in the work of your class. Here are a few simple suggestions: Use Moodle as a central location for students to find course information, lead and facilitate discussions, and post and submit assignments. You can also live chat with your students using Moodle’s text-based … Continue Reading
  • Get connected to Elon’s maker community

    Never use machines when aloneGet connected to the maker community this spring through a series of events led by Elon makers. At these events, you’ll learn about interesting technologies (like 3d printing) and futuristic projects happening at Elon (like a quadcopter delivery system). If you don’t consider yourself a maker (yet), don’t worry. The workshops require no prior experience and are open to all … Continue Reading
  • Report technology problems online

    footprintsInstructional & Campus Technologies routinely looks for new ways to improve the customer experience as well as increase efficiency in our efforts to resolve technology problems in a timely manner. To help with this, the Technology Service Desk has implemented a customer site to report non-urgent technology problems online, without having to call the Technology Service Desk. How does it … Continue Reading
  • First e-textbook experience with Yuzu

    Yuzu_appThis 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.   Textbooks are crazy expensive. Nothing says “happy spring semester” like dropping several hundred dollars on the three or four hefty tomes you’ll be reading (or not reading, no judgment) over the … Continue Reading
  • Elon faculty use ATACC grants to advance student learning

    ATACC Grant WinnersWhat do quadcopters, concussion measurements and digitally designed costumes have in common? They are all faculty projects funded by The Academic Technology and Computing Committee (ATACC). Every year, ATACC awards hardware and software grants to faculty members to advance student learning. Here is a summary of recent ATACC grant-funded projects. Continue Reading

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