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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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Emergency Notification System

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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.


Technology Headlines


  • Personal health made manageable with MyFitnessPal

    MyFitnessPal-IconIt’s closing in on the end of spring semester, and things are happening fast. Final group projects are kicking into gear, exams are on the (not too distant) horizon, summer job and internship plans are being finalized, and student groups have end-of-year events to organize. Basically, everyone has a to-do list eight miles long and it feels there isn’t enough … Continue Reading
  • Dr. David Neville utilizes YouTube to educate beyond the classroom

    10532173145_cc6e1b797c_zA number of faculty members on campus are turning to videos to supplement their courses, and Dr. David Neville of the German department is no exception. With a background in education and instructional technology, Dr. Neville always had a desire to utilize video in his courses, but with the help of YouTube, the impact of video recording has been more … Continue Reading
  • Are Android users becoming vulnerable to malware?

    201310DIY-Android-Malware-Analysis-Taking-apart-OBADAt the beginning of May, a new study released from the Institut Eurécom suggests that apps available to Android users on sites such as Google Play are increasingly exposing their users to malware. According to the report, “the apps connect to a mind-boggling 250,000 different URLs across almost 2,000 top level domains. And while most attempt to connect to just … Continue Reading
  • Duet Display: The app for multi-taskers

    Screen Shot 2015-05-04 at 9.14.43 AMCalling all multi-taskers!  I have the app for you. Duet Display is an app that allows the user to connect their iPad to their Mac computer and have it work as a second monitor. It’s an amazing concept, I know.  I too almost cried from excitement. As an avid multi-tasker, I normally have a million windows and applications open all at the … Continue Reading
  • Engineering principles take flight with help of 3D printer

    11149834_10152700384211296_7681660119279398540_oElon’s 3D printer is a cool device that has spawned 3D renderings of acorns and Despicable Me minions, but it also can have more practical applications in courses on campus. For one, Dr. Sirena Hargrove-Leak of the dual degree engineering program has used the 3D printer with her Challenges in Engineering course as her first-year students designed, printed and eventually … Continue Reading

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