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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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  • Elon uses app to help students get jobs

    ElonOnce a semester, the Student Professional Development Center (SPDC) hosts the Job & Internship Expo for students to interact with companies about potential internship and employment opportunities. On March 12, 2015, around 80 employers represented their companies from all over the country in Alumni Gym. Almost 900 students attended this semester’s expo. With this many students and company representatives interacting … Continue Reading
  • Dr. Hollingsworth introduces Arduino as a way to bring computing to life during #MakeElon event

    11119754_10152692293236296_2530596729620866045_nTo someone unfamiliar with the world of making or computing, Arduino can seem too complicated to learn in an hour workshop. A combination hardware-software programming system, Arduino allows users to write code to program a particular device’s functionality. However, Dr. Joel Hollingsworth of the computer science department not only simplified how Arduino works, but led the group in creating their own … Continue Reading
  • Students introduced to circuitry at #MakeElon workshop

    LittleBits Maker MeetupWhat do chickens, fire trucks, and alarm clocks have in common? They are all among the projects created during a #MakeElon workshop featuring Legos and LittleBits electronics. During the workshop, Kenneth Wilson, Coordinator of Interactive Projects at Elon, guided a group of faculty and entrepreneurship students through the basics of circuitry and electronic projects before releasing the power of LittleBits … Continue Reading
  • An easy way to report technology problems

    CaptureEarlier this spring, the Technology Service Desk launched our FootPrints service, giving faculty, staff, and students the ability to report non-urgent technology problems online. Since the launch, many faculty and staff have taken to using this service as a convenient alternative to calling the Technology Service Desk. How does it work? First, log into our FootPrints site with your Elon … Continue Reading
  • What’s in a video?

    A video editing softwareThanks to the technology that is available at our fingertips, we have the opportunity to join an advocacy movement, become a celebrity overnight, and learn the answer behind every trivia fact and questionable medical syndrome. But there is one technological trick that many people may shy away from: video editing. When the infamous class presentation assignment comes up, we watch … Continue Reading

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