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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.

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Technology Headlines


  • Dr. Matt Valle uses self-made videos, online resources to supplement student learning

    GetImageInstructional videos are a popular way to deliver course content, but it can be difficult to get started. Dr. Matt Valle, a Martha and Spencer Love term professor of management, has tried his hand at video recording, and he realizes that sometimes, better video resources are already available on the Internet. For him, deciding whether to create videos, find them online … Continue Reading
  • 6 tips for teaching online during Elon’s summer terms

    2262847115_7291cec124_bHow do you engage students without seeing them face-to-face? How does the time commitment of teaching an online course compare to teaching an in-class course? How should I communicate with my students? These questions are among the several Elon faculty members might have as they navigate the challenges of designing and teaching online courses for the first time. On Thursday, … Continue Reading
  • 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

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